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The Knowledge Academy's Python Programming course is designed to give delegates the knowledge to develop and maintain Python scripts using the current version (V3) of Python. There are many similarities between Python V2 and Python V3 the skills gained on this course which will allow the delegate to develop their own skills further using Python V2 or V3 to support the maintenance of scripts. Upon completion of this course, delegates should be able to declare variables and initialise them, construct expressions with arithmetic, logical and relational operators, manipulate text using regular expression and many other fundamental skills.
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Prior to attending this course, we require delegates to have experience of programming in another programming language.
This course is intended for programmers who need to write or maintain scripts in Python. This course is also suitable for trainee programmers who may have little, to no in-depth knowledge of programming.
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