This lesson will introduce you to Python, a general-purpose, object-oriented interpreted language you can use for countless standalone projects or scripting applications.
Lesson: Tip Calculator
Now that you've completed the lesson on Python syntax, let's see if you can put your newfound skills to use. In this lesson, you'll create a simple calculator that determines the price of a meal after tax and tip.
Quiz: Python Syntax
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Unit 2: Strings and Console Output
Lesson: Strings & Console Output
This lesson will introduce you to strings and console output in Python, including creating string literals, calling a variety of string methods, and using the "print" keyword.
Lesson: Date and Time
This lesson is a follow up to Unit 2: Strings and Console input and will give you practice with the concepts introduced in that lesson.
In this lesson, we'll learn how to create programs that generate different outcomes based on user input!
In this lesson we'll put together all of the Python skills we've learned so far including string manipulation and branching. We'll be building a Pyg Latin translator. (That's Pig Latin for Python Programmers!)
In this project, you will leave Codecademy's learning environment to set up a development environment on your own computer.
You will be able to apply your Python knowledge to build an application, test it, and run it. Be creative and show us what you come