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Programming For Non Programmers


You’ll need to read this eBook when you have the following things happening at the same time. You have a problem to solve that involves data and processing. You’ve found that the common desktop tools (word processors, spread sheets, databases, organizers,graphics) won’t really help. You’ve found that they require too much manual pointing and clicking, orthey don’t do the right kinds of processing on your data. You’re ready to invest some of your own time to learn how to write customized software that will solve your problem.


You’ll want to read this book if you are tinkerer who likes to know how things really work. For many people,a computer is just an appliance. You may not find this satisfactory, and you want to know more. People who tinker with computers are called hackers, and you are about to join their ranks.

Python is what you’ve been looking for. It is an easy-to-use tool that can do any kind of processing on any kind of data. Seriously: any processing, any data. Programming is the term for setting up a computer to do the processing you define on your data.

Once you learn the Python language, you can solve your data processing problem.Our objective is to get you, a non-programming newbie, up and running.

When you’re done with this book,you’ll be ready to move on to a more advanced Python book.  For example, a book about the Python libraries. You can use these libraries can help you build high-quality software with a minimum of work.

This eBook is about many things.  The important topics include Python, programming, languages, data,processing, and some of the skills that make up the craft of programming.

We’ll talk about the core intellectual tools of abstraction, algorithms and the formality of computer languages. We’ll also touch on math and logic, statistics, and casino games.


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Total Pages: 491

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