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This is the third article on Python Fundamentals for Everyone, a python tutorial series which focuses on python fundamentals.

You can refer to previous article written in this series below.

At the end of this article you will have knowledge on what are operators, operands and how we can use it.

Operators are basically a symbols like +,-,>,< etc., which are used to perform operations on values and variables. These values and variables are known as operands.

Operators are used to manipulate the operands.

For example: In this example, ‘a’ and ‘b’ are operands where as ‘+’ is the operator.


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This is the second of many articles on Python Fundamentals for Everyone, a python tutorial series which focuses on python fundamentals.

You can refer to previous article written in this series below.

At the end of this article you will have knowledge on what are variables in python, how are they assigned and the basic operations the can be performed by various operators in python.

Without much ado, let’s just dive into it!

So, what is a variable?

Just like how we have a store room in our house where we store things, in any programming language (Python, C, C++)…


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This is the first of many articles on Python Fundamentals for Everyone, a python tutorial series which focuses on python fundamentals.

At the end of this article you will have knowledge on how to run a python program from your system.

Introduction to Python

Python is a programming language which was developed by Guido van Rossum in the year 1991 for the public distribution at the National Research Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science in Netherlands.

It is free open source software, in layman terms it means that, a piece of code which is publicly accessible — so anyone can…

Sneha Thomas Mathew

Decision Scientist. Aiming to share my knowledge on python and data science right from the basics.

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