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Learn Python Functions Interactively

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🐍 Python Functions Tutorial and Exercises

By @alesanchezr and other contributors at 4Geeks Academy

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Learn and practice Python Functions. You will see the folowing concepts:

  1. Declaring a function.

  2. Calling a function.

  3. Function scopes.

  4. Nest functions.

  5. Function recursivity, and many other functional concepts.

The entire tutorial is πŸ‘† interactive, βœ… auto-graded and with. πŸ“Ή video tutorials.


πŸ“š Table of contents:

1. Python for Beginners
2. Practice Looping Lists and Tuples
3. Practice functions← πŸ”₯ your are here now
4. Master Python (intermediate)
5. Python API Requests
6. What next? Request a new tutorial or collaborate.
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These exercises were built in collaboration, we need you! If you find any bugs or misspells please contribute and report them.

How are the exercises organized?

Each exercise is a small react application containing the following files:

  1. app.py: represents the entry python file that will be executed by the computer.
  2. README.md: contains exercise instructions.
  3. test.py: you don't have to open this file, it contains the testing script for the exercise.

Contributors

Thanks to these wonderful people (emoji key):

  1. Alejandro Sanchez (alesanchezr), contribution: (coder) πŸ’» (idea) πŸ€”, (build-tests) ⚠️ , (pull-request-review) πŸ‘€ (build-tutorial) βœ… (documentation) πŸ“–

  2. Paolo (plucodev), contribution: (bug reports) πŸ›, contribution: (coder), (translation) 🌎

  3. Marco GΓ³mez (marcogonzalo), contribution: (bug reports) :πŸ›, (translation) 🌎

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