This five-day course prepares students for the Microsoft certification exam 98-381, focusing on Python programming for problem-solving. It covers writing, debugging, maintaining, and documenting Python code. It begins with understanding data types, operators, and performing basic operations. It then delves into control flow mechanisms, such as branching and looping.
The course also covers input and output operations, including file and console interactions. Students will learn to structure and document their code, making it easy to understand and maintain.
The course emphasizes troubleshooting and error handling, teaching students to analyze, detect, and fix errors, and handle exceptions. The final part of the course introduces the use of Python's built-in modules for performing a variety of operations, enhancing the functionality of their programs.
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