Learn by Doing | Basics of Python Programming

Python is the most used object oriented scripting programming language in developing most use cases nowadays. Python can do anything almost any other language can do, at comparable speeds. This kit has some simple to use exercises in Python to help someone new to learn how to program in Python and get started with their journey.

Complete this Virtual Lab in 3 easy steps to earn your certificate!

STEP 1 : Watch the below self-guided tutorial.
STEP 2 : Practice as you watch the video by installing and working with the kandi 1-click solution kit.
STEP 3 : Complete the assessment and submit screenshots of your working model to receive your certificate.

NOTE: Your start date is the date you enrolled for this course. You have 90 days from your enrollment date to complete the course.


Watch this self-guided tutorial on Basics of Python Programming which includes an understanding of high level language (like English), basic understanding of OOPs concepts, integrated development environment (IDE) used to write code + interpret it and a debugger to help solve issues to build your own simple calculator program.


Click the below button to access the python programming kandi kit. This kit has all the required dependencies and resources you need to build your application.

Click on the 1-Click Installer button on the kandi kit page to install the python programming kit. On installing and running this kit, you will have a working model that you can customize and use in your project.

kandi 1click kit button

After completing this step, proceed to STEP 3.


Complete a short assessment and earn your certificate now. Congrats

Your assessment will be reviewed and you will receive a verified certificate via email within a week.


Reach out to us by replying below for any help you may need with this course.

We hope you enjoyed using kandi!


In this training, we discussed how a simple calculator program can be built. Download and run the Python Programming kit and modify the contents of the lists.py file by creating a customized list and share with us a screenshot/photo/video of the changes you implemented in your list program,

my question is "where can i find that kit "


@Naveen_Kumar_Gubbala, the kit is available in “kandi 1-click kit” button below the practical exercise.

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unable to install.pls guide