The big book of small Python projects : 81 easy practice programs
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San Francisco : No Starch Press, [2021].
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Published
San Francisco : No Starch Press, [2021].
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xxvi, 403 pages : black and white illustrations ; 24 cm
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"If you've mastered basic Python syntax and you're ready to start writing programs, you'll find The Big Book of Small Python Projects both enlightening and fun. This collection of 81 Python projects will have you making digital art, games, animations, counting pro- grams, and more right away. Once you see how the code works, you'll practice re-creating the programs and experiment by adding your own custom touches. These simple, text-based programs are 256 lines of code or less. And whether it's a vintage screensaver, a snail-racing game, a clickbait headline generator, or animated strands of DNA, each project is designed to be self-contained so you can easily share it online." --,Back cover.

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Sweigart, A. (2021). The big book of small Python projects: 81 easy practice programs . No Starch Press.

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