Jake VanderPlas explains Python’s essential syntax and semantics, built-in data types and structures, function definitions, control flow statements, and more, using Python 3 syntax.
Conceived in the late 1980s as a teaching and scripting language, Python
has since become an essential tool for many programmers, engineers,
researchers, and data scientists across academia and industry.
An introduction to some Python data types and data structures.
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