You have completed Module 1.
Well done! You’ve reached the end of Module 1 and completed a major milestone in your Python programming education. Here’s a short summary of the objectives you’ve covered and become familiar with in Module 1:
- the fundamentals of computer programming, i.e., how the computer works, how the program is executed, how the programming language is defined and constructed;
- the difference between compilation and interpretation;
- the basic information about Python and how it is positioned among other programming languages, and what distinguishes its different versions;
- the study resources and different types of interfaces you will be using in the course.
You are now ready to take the module quiz, which will help you gauge what you’ve learned so far.
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Module 1 Quiz
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Module 1 Test
Code of Honor
I pledge to follow the Code of Honor and obey the rules for taking this test:
- I will work entirely alone on this test, and all the solutions I submit will be my own work;
- I will not share my solutions to the test with anyone;
- I will not use a false identity, or take the test in somebody else’s name
- I will not engage in any unfair activities that will dishonestly improve my results or influence somebody else’s results.
Moving on to Module 2!
Python Essentials 1:
Data types, variables, basic input-output operations, basic operators
In this module, you will learn:
- how to write and run simple Python programs;
- what Python literals, operators, and expressions are;
- what variables are and what are the rules that govern them;
- how to perform basic input and output operations.