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In this video thread you will find 8 #python videos explaining the basics in python for beginners!

Every video is about 100 seconds :)

quick disclaimer it's obviously not covering everything about python ;)
1/8 Variables
Variables is a method to store information:
2/8 Lists

Lists is a type of variable. Lists allow you to store multiple pieces of information individually:
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A ‘for loop’ or looping allows you to perform the same action for multiple items in a list or group of items:
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A Tuple contains multiple items like a list.
The big difference is that a Tuple is immutable.
Which basically means you can’t change the values in a tuple
Unlike a list which is mutable or changeable

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A dictionary is similar to a list.
It contains a set of item, but item is associated with a key:


The if statement is used in python when the program has to consider conditions

The while loop is like the for loop, but works slightly different
The for loop executes a piece of code IF the condition is valid
The while loop continues the loop as long as a condition is valid


A function is a block of code that is written for a specific job
The function can be called by using the name of the function

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25 May
After creating our #Django app

Let's create and fill in the and files

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By default django doesn’t create a file in django app folder, so we need to do that manually
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We can create the location and content of our page
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Last thread🧵 we created a django project

And went over the basic structure of a website and the files

In this thread we will create a django app

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Navigate to our folder: Cd project

Create a project folder: Mkdir my project

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Install django - pip install Django

Create django project - Django-admin startproject myfirstproject
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Beginning a thread🧵 about the basics in #Python you need to know for #Django👇

Django is a #webframework to build interactive #websites for Python and is great for fast #development
1/ 19 Variables are used to store information, so that they can be used later on in your code.
In Python a ‘string’ is text and a ‘integer’ or ‘float’ is a number
‘car_brand’ and ‘brand_type’ are variables in the example below

Variables can be stored inside other variables
No special signs are allowed to be used in the name of variables, except for ‘_’ like.
Numbers are allowed in the name of a variable, but not at the start
So ‘1car’ is not OK and ‘car1’ is OK.
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