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Started Programming Python is a popular and easy-to-learn programming language for beginners. In this guide, we’ll get you started on your Python programming journey by providing a practical guide to installation and initial setup, as well as introducing the basic concepts you need to understand.

Introduction to Python and Installation

Python is a popular and easy-to-learn programming language for beginners. In this subheading, we’ll briefly introduce Python and learn how to install it in your development environment.

Python is a high-level programming language developed in 1991 by Guido van Rossum. Python’s strength lies in its easy-to-understand syntax and helps developers build code quickly. To get started, you need to install Python on your computer.

You can download Python from the official site at After completing the download, follow the installation steps provided. Make sure you select the “Add Python to PATH” option so that Python can be accessed via the command line.

Getting Started with Basic Concepts

After successfully installing Python, it’s time to learn the basic concepts of programming using this language. In this subheading, we’ll explore variables, data types, operators, and also flow control in Python.

Variables are containers used to store values in programming. In Python, you can create variables by simply specifying the variable name and value.

For example, you can create a variable “name” and assign it the value “John”. The data type is the type of value that can be stored in a variable. Python has several built-in data types such as integer, float, string and boolean.

Use of Repetition and Function

In this final subheading, we’ll cover the use of repetitions and functions in Python. Looping allows us to run a block of code repeatedly. In Python, there are several types of loops such as for and while. For example, you can use a for statement to repeat code a number of times or based on elements in a list.

Functions are blocks of code that can be called and reused in programs. In Python, functions can be defined using the “def” keyword. For example, you can create a simple function that calculates the sum of two numbers. You can call the function by supplying the required input values.


In this beginner’s guide, we have provided an overview of getting started programming with Python. At the start, we introduced you to Python as a popular and also easy-to-learn programming language, and provided steps for installing Python in your development environment.

Next, we explain the basic concepts that are important in Python programming. You learn about variables, data types, operators, and flow control. Variables are used to store values, and you can use various data types such as integer, float, string, and boolean. Operators let you perform mathematical operations and comparisons between values. Flow control, through conditional statements and loops, provides control over the running of the program.

On this journey, it’s important to keep practicing and experimenting with Python code. Explore small projects, follow tutorials, and also continue to grow your understanding and skills. Python is a versatile and popular programming language, so it will provide ample opportunities for developing web applications, artificial intelligence, data analysis, and much more.