Writing Python programs

A program consists of multiple lines that are executed in one go.

Usually a program contains the following sections:


Of course, programs can grow a lot more complicated than that.

In this chapter, we will learn to know the print() function for producing output, loops and branching statements.

Turing Completeness

In the second part of the tutorial, you will learn a basic set of Python commands. Theoretically, they are sufficient to write any program on the planet (this is called Turing completeness).

Practically, you will need shortcuts that make programs prettier, faster, and less painful to write. We will save these shortcuts for the later parts.

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