Python

Python

Fundamental Libraries for Scientific Computing IPython Notebook NumPy pandas SciPy Math and Statistics SymPy Statsmodels Machine Learning Scikit-learn Shogun PyBrain PyLearn2 PyMC Plotting and Visualization Bokeh d3py ggplot matplotlib plotly prettyplotlib seaborn Data formatting and storage csvkit PyTables sqlite3

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class Localbus: def sayLocal(self, busName=None): if busName is not None: print(‘Hello ‘ + busName) else: print(‘Hello ‘) obj = Localbus() obj.sayLocal() obj.sayLocal(‘Alif’) Output ============= Hello Hello Alif class Human: def sayHello(self, name=None, age=None): if name is not None and age is None: print(‘Hello ‘ + name) elif age is not None and age is not
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Python has become one of the most popular dynamic,programming languages, along with Perl, Ruby, and others. Python and Ruby havebecome especially popular in recent years for building websites using their numerous web frameworks, like Rails (Ruby) and Django (Python). Such languages are often called scripting languages as they can be used to write quick-and-dirty small programs,or scripts.
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Concatenation >>>’Zend’ + ‘Anwar’ Zendanwar >>>’Zend’ *3 ZendZendZend Iterating Through String >> count = 0 >>> for str in ‘Zend Anwar’: if(str == ‘n’): count += 1 >>> print(count, “String Found”) 2 String Found  

def functionname(parameters): “””docstring””” statement(s) return [expression] Example: #!/usr/bin/python # Function definition is here def ima( lovestr ): “This prints a passed string into this function” print lovestr return; # Now you can call ima function ima(“I’m fall in love!”)

>>> star =  input(“Enter the star to draw: “) Enter the star to draw: * >>> limit = int(input(“Enter the limit: “)) Enter the limit: 10 >>> for i in range(1, limit+1): print (star*i) Output–    * ** *** **** ***** ****** ******* ******** ********* **********

>>> for var in “zend-anwar”: if var == “-“: continue print (var) output– z e n d a n w a r

>>> for var in “zend-anwar”: if var == “-“: break print (var) output—    z e n d