Collections in Python [Exercises]



What you’ll learn

  • You will improve your Python programming skills through extensive coding practice!


  • Basic programming skills in Python.

This course assumes that you have already learned about Python’s collections (lists, dicts, sets, and tuples) and you are now doing your first steps in strengthening your understanding through extensive practice. This course includes more than 40 coding exercises organized into the following topics: lists, sets, tuples, and dicts. Each coding exercise includes code the student needs to complete its missing parts, and submit. Taking this course, if you feel that you would like to have more exercises of a specific level about a specific collection type please don’t hesitate and let us know. We will take your needs into account when working on the next version.

If you encounter an exercise you fail to complete and have difficulties understanding its solution please let us know and we will prepare a video that explains that specific exercise and its solution.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner python developers looking for improving their programming skills. This course assumes that you have already learned about these collections and you are now doing your first steps in strengthening your understanding.

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