# Starting Out with Python: Pearson New International Edition

## 2e édition

#### Spécifications

Éditeur
Pearson Education
Édition
2
Auteur
Langue
anglais
COM051000 COMPUTERS / Programming > COM051230 COMPUTERS / Software Development and Engineering
BIC subject category (UK)
UM Computer programming / software development
Code publique Onix
05 Enseignement supérieur
Date de première publication du titre
01 novembre 2013
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
Classification thématique Thema: Programmation informatique / génie logiciel

#### VitalSource eBook

Date de publication
01 novembre 2013
ISBN-13
9781292038339
Ampleur
Nombre de pages de contenu principal : 589
Code interne
1292038330
Protection technique e-livre
DRM

#### Sommaire

Preface xi

Chapter 1 Introduction to Computers and Programming 1

1.1 Introduction 1

1.2 Hardware and Software 2

1.3 How Computers Store Data 8

1.4 How a Program Works 13

1.5 Using Python 20

Chapter 2 Input, Processing, and Output 31

2.1 Designing a Program 31

2.2 Input, Processing, and Output 35

2.3 Displaying Output with the print Function 36

2.5 Variables 40

2.6 Reading Input from the Keyboard 49

2.7 Performing Calculations 53

2.8 More About Data Output 65

Chapter 3 Simple Functions 81

3.1 Introduction to Functions 81

3.2 Defining and Calling a Function 83

3.3 Designing a Program to Use Functions 89

3.4 Local Variables 95

3.5 Passing Arguments to Functions 97

3.6 Global Variables and Global Constants 107

Chapter 4 Decision Structures and Boolean Logic 117

4.1 The if Statement 117

4.2 The if-else Statement 125

4.3 Comparing Strings 130

4.4 Nested Decision Structures and the if-elif-else Statement 134

4.5 Logical Operators 142

4.6 Boolean Variables 149

Chapter 5 Repetition Structures 157

5.1 Introduction to Repetition Structures 157

5.2 The while Loop: a Condition-Controlled Loop 158

5.3 The for Loop: a Count-Controlled Loop 167

5.4 Calculating a Running Total 179

5.5 Sentinels 182

5.6 Input Validation Loops 185

5.7 Nested Loops 190

Chapter 6 Value-Returning Functions and Modules 203

6.1 Introduction to Value-Returning Functions: Generating Random Numbers 203

6.2 Writing Your Own Value-Returning Functions 214

6.3 The math Module 225

6.4 Storing Functions in Modules 228

Chapter 7 Files and Exceptions 239

7.1 Introduction to File Input and Output 239

7.2 Using Loops to Process Files 256

7.3 Processing Records 263

7.4 Exceptions 276

Chapter 8 Lists and Tuples 295

8.1 Sequences 295

8.2 Introduction to Lists 295

8.3 List Slicing 303

8.4 Finding Items in Lists with the in Operator 306

8.5 List Methods and Useful Built-in Functions 307

8.6 Copying Lists 314

8.7 Processing Lists 316

8.8 Two-Dimensional Lists 328

8.9 Tuples 332

Chapter 9 More About Strings 341

9.1 Basic String Operations 341

9.2 String Slicing 349

9.3 Testing, Searching, and Manipulating Strings 353

Chapter 10 Dictionaries and Sets 371

10.1 Dictionaries 371

10.2 Sets 394

10.3 Serializing Objects 406

Chapter 11 Classes and Object-Oriented Programming 421

11.1 Procedural and Object-Oriented Programming 421

11.2 Classes 425

11.3 Working with Instances 442

11.4 Techniques for Designing Classes 464

Chapter 12 Inheritance 483

12.1 Introduction to Inheritance 483

12.2 Polymorphism 498

Chapter 13 Recursion 509

13.1 Introduction to Recursion 509

13.2 Problem Solving with Recursion 512

13.3 Examples of Recursive Algorithms 516

Chapter 14 GUI Programming 529

14.1 Graphical User Interfaces 529

14.2 Using the tkinter Module 531

14.3 Display Text with Label Widgets 534

14.4 Organizing Widgets with Frames 537

14.5 Button Widgets and Info Dialog Boxes 540

14.6 Getting Input with the Entry Widget 543

14.7 Using Labels as Output Fields 546

14.8 Radio Buttons and Check Buttons 554

Appendix C The ASCII Character Set 577

Appendix D Answers to Checkpoints 579

Index

595