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Learn Python In Hindi In One Video - हिंदी में (Latest Tutorial)

Hey Everone, In this video, I have tried to explain few basic concepts of python... Though one video is not enough to learn everything about python, this video is enough to get you started and give you some exposure to the basic idea of python programming language. This video will give a quick summary of Python to someone who is just a beginner in Python. This video is a journey in learning Python from installation of Python to use of Oops concept in Python. Below we will give a short snippet of the topics covered here and will also attaching the duration of each topic to help you get to the exact point you are looking for.

They are files which has some functions used in python programming. Modules are used to save run-time, get the task done quick and keep the program look clean and professional.

This is the starting point! We will see here how with the use of print function we can play around and print the results in our desired format!

We will see the different data types in Python and how each should be used. Data Types in Python are: Numbers, Strings, Lists, Tuples and Dictionaries. Within numbers we have integers, floats, complex and long. Along with data types, we have also shown the use of various operators such as: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, power and modulus. Moreover since python is a very simple language, it does not require the data types of the variables to be declared explicitly before assigning values to them. The type () function will tell which category of the data type a variable belongs to. In case of List, we will see how to define a list, how to add, remove or change elements in a list. This shows that Lists are mutable. Next we will move to tuples, how to define them and how tuples are immutable as compared other data types.

We will further move to conditional statements with the use of if-else statements. Moreover, to iterate such multiple conditions several times, we will use the concept of loops. We will also look at how to define functions which will make our life much easier. Below three videos are representation of the same.

In order to change elements in a tuple, we will convert them into a list and then perform any operation which the list satisfies. Next we move to dictionaries which run on the concept of key-value pair. Dictionaries too are mutable. After these topics, I have explained the following topics. Timestamps for each topic is mentioned below!

Next we will look at different ways of file handling and the concept of OOPs in the last videos.

Video Timestamps

[4:45] Modules
[5:34] Print Function in Python
[6:07] Comments
[8:06] Strings
[8:50] Variables in Python
[9:09] Data Types in Python
[9:35] Operators in Python
[13:10] More about strings
[15:45] Lists in Python and Add items in a List
[18:40] List Indexing and Add Items In List
[22:15] Tuples in Python
[23:57] Dictionaries in Python 
[26:24] If-Else condition
[31:15] Loops in Python
[39:30] Functions in Python 
[45:00] File Handling in Python
[49:30] OOPs (Object Oriented Programming)

I hope you find above videos helpful. For more of such videos, subscribe my channel and hit the bell icon so that when any new video is being uploaded, you get the notification automatically.

File main1.py as described in the video

print("Hello world")

# This is python in one video code

'''This is a 
multiline comment

'''

sttr = "This is me"
age = 21
weight = 75.5

# Numbers Strings Lists Tuples Dictionaries
#Arithmetic operations

print("The value of 3 + 5 = ", 3+5)
print("The value of 3 - 5 = ", 3-5)
print("The value of 3 * 5 = ", 3*5)
print("The value of 3 / 5 = ", 3/5)
print("The value of 3 ** 5 = ", 3**5)
print("The value of 3 // 5 = ", 3//5)

print("This is a \"")
mls = ''' this is a multiline

string and this will keep 
going'''
print(mls)

File main2.py as described in the video

print("%s to the right"%('this is a string'))
print('this is print statement 1', end="")
print('this is print statement 2')
print("this "*50)

File main3.py as described in the video

# Lists

colleges = ['IIT', 'NIT', 'College of engineering']

print(colleges[2])

colleges[2] = "COE"

print(colleges[2])
print(colleges)
print(colleges[1:3])
list2 = ['table', 'chair', 'fan', 'clothes', 'bottle']

# list2.append('microphone')
list2.insert(3, 'microphone')
print(list2)
list2.remove('microphone')
print(list2 + ['pillow', 'tubelight', 'bed'])
print(list2)
print(len(list2))
print(max(list2))
print(min(list2))

File main4.py as described in the video

# Tuples

tup1 = (1, 2, 3)
list1 = list(tup1)
print(list1)
print(tup1[0])

File main5.py as described in the video

# Dictionaries

names = {'Harry': 22,
         'Shubham': 41,
         'Jyoti': 19,
         'Ramdev': 82}

print(names['Ramdev'])
names['Ramdev'] = 55
print(names['Ramdev'])

print(names.keys())
print(names.values())

File main6.py as described in the video

# If else statements

print("Enter Your Marks")
number = int(input())
print(number)

if (number>90 or number<100):
    grade = 'A'
elif (number>80 and number<100):
    grade = 'B'
else:
    grade = 'Dont Know'

print("The grade is", grade)

File main7.py as described in the video

# loops

print("How many times do you want to execute")
no = int(input())
for i in range(0,no):
    print(i)
list1 =[[1,2,3], [4,5,6], [7,8,9]]
for item in list1:
    for i in item:
        print(i)

File main8.py as described in the video

# while loops

print("Enter a number")
number = int(input())

while(number>4):
    print("Number is greater than 4")
    number = int(input())
    if (number ==9):
        break
    if number ==8:
        continue
    print("loop ended")

File main9.py as described in the video

# Functions

def average(num1, num2):
    return (num1+num2)/2

print(average(2, 3))

File main10.py as described in the video

# Strings

string1 = "this is me"
print(string1[0:2])
print(string1[-2:])
print(string1[:-2])
print(string1.capitalize())
print(string1.find("thisdsfdfd"))
print(string1.replace("is", "are"))

File main11.py as described in the video

# File IO

file1 = open("harry.txt", "wb")
print(file1.mode)
print(file1.name)
file1.write(bytes("Write this to my file", "UTF-8"))
file1.close()

File main12.py as described in the video

# file io - reading the content of a file

file1 = open('harry.txt', 'r+')
text_to_read = file1.read()
print(text_to_read)

File main13.py as described in the video

# Object oriented programming

class Employee:
    __name = None
    __id = 0
    __salary = 0


    def __init__(self, name, id, salary):
        self.__name = name
        self.__id = id
        self.__salary = salary


    def set_name(self, name):
        self.__name = name

    def get_name(self):
        return self.__name

    def set_id(self, id):
        self.__id = id

    def get_id(self):
        return self.__id

    def set_salary(self, salary):
        self.__id = salary

    def get_salary(self):
        return self.__salary

harry = Employee('harry', 420, 70000000)

print(harry.get_salary())

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Comments

rananaeem Jun 1, 2021
hi sir, where are notes? Thanks
bhatiagautam82 May 23, 2021
where is notes??
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deepanshu4 May 23, 2021
notes kaha h bhai ??
shivphp Sep 30, 2020
harry bhai notes kaha hai?
ravinayak Feb 23, 2020
thank you harry bhai.......its awesome language, you are best teacher to teach us.

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