Excel Basic Introductions

You can learn here some basics about Excel which helps you with your first steps. You have already known what the Excel is. Now it is a high time to start work with Excel. To run find Excel icon and double click it. Let’s take a look what...
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Excel Basic concepts

Excel Basic concepts In this lesson you can get to know some basic definitions in Excel. There are basic definitions which you must know using Excel: Workbook – the basic document in Excel, typically consists of 3 worksheets. Workbook is a file, it can be saved with a...
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What is Excel?

Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet application developed by Microsoft for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, and iOS. It features calculation, graphing tools, pivot tables, and a macro programming language called Visual Basic for Applications. It has been a very widely applied spreadsheet for these platforms, especially since version 5...
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Classes in Python

Classes   Introduction One thing that you will get to know about programming, is that programmers like to be lazy. If something has been done before, why should you do it again? That is what functions cover in python. You’ve already had your code do something special. Now...
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Python for Loop Statements

The for Loop Basically, the for loop does something for every value in a list. The way it is set out is a little confusing, but otherwise is very basic. Here is an example of it in code: Code Example 1 – The for Loop # Example ‘for’...
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Tuples, Lists, and Dictionaries in Python

Tuples, Lists, and Dictionaries   Introduction Your brain still hurting from the last lesson? Never worry, this one will require a little less thought. We’re going back to something simple – variables – but a little more in depth. Think about it – variables store one bit of...
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Functions in Python

Functions   Introduction What are functions? Well, in effect, functions are little self-contained programs that perform a specific task, which you can incorporate into your own, larger programs. After you have created a function, you can use it at any time, in any place. This saves you the...
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Conditionals and Loops in Python

Loops, Conditionals   Introduction (Our final lesson before we get into interacting with human input. Can’t wait, can you?) Just imagine you needed a program to do something 20 times. What would you do? You could copy and paste the code 20 times, and have a virtually unreadable...
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Python Programs in a file, and variables

Programs in a file, and variables   Introduction Well, we can make one-liner programs. So What? You want to send programs to other people, so that they can use them, without knowing how to write them. Editing in Notepad Writing programs in python to a file is VERY...
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Introduction to Python

Very simple ‘programs’ OK! We have python installed, now what? Well, we program! And it is that simple (at least for now). Python makes it easy to run single lines of code – one-liner programs. Lets give it a go. Opening IDLE Go to the start menu, find...
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