Python 3 Notes[ HOME | LING 1330/2330 ]
About this SiteThis is a collection of Python 3 tutorials and notes for students of LING 1330/2330 "Introduction to Computational Linguistics". It works as an introductory reference for complete programming novices as well as a repository of class notes.
Annotated MyBringback Videos
Topic Notes and MoreCertain topical areas need a closer look. Topic notes are provided here which present a more in-depth look at each of the topics and the essential commands one needs to know (for LING 1330/2330 anyway). For additional learning resources, check out Allen B. Downey's Think Python: How to Think like a Computer Scientist, and try the code samples in Anne Dawson's Python example program page.
NEW! Search Functionality
Wondering how split() works? You can now perform a quick search on tutorial pages through the Google Custom Search box linked on top. (Special thanks to Daniel Zheng.)
Python vs. Antigravity
*The syntax is print("Hello, world!") in Python 3.
AcknowledgmentsKudos to Ed and mybringback.com for producing such a wonderful video tutorial series. Additional thanks to Elliot Halpern, Christopher Kovalcik, and Daniel Zheng.