ABC of Programming

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Learn programming from the ground up with this comprehensive, free online training course. Designed with beginners in mind, this hands-on course is taught by industry experts and covers all the essential programming concepts you’ll need to know.

You’ll start by learning about data types and variables, and then move on to more advanced topics like loops and functions. With our step-by-step guidance and practical exercises, you’ll quickly gain the skills and confidence you need to write your programs.

Whether you’re interested in web development, or data analysis, or just want to learn a new skill, this programming course is the perfect starting point. Best of all, it’s completely free and accessible to anyone with an internet connection. So why wait? Start learning today and take your first step toward a rewarding career in programming!

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What Will You Learn?

  • Programming Basics typically covers the fundamental concepts and techniques that are essential for writing computer programs. These concepts include:
  • Data types: the basic building blocks of a program, such as integers, floating-point numbers, strings, and booleans.
  • Variables: containers that store values that can be manipulated and used in a program.
  • Control structures: statements that allow a program to make decisions and execute different code paths depending on certain conditions, such as if/else statements and loops.
  • Functions: reusable pieces of code that perform a specific task or set of tasks.
  • Input/output: the ways in which a program interacts with the user and the outside world, such as reading input from the keyboard or writing output to a file.
  • In addition to these core concepts, Programming Basics may also cover topics such as debugging, code organization, and basic software engineering practices. By mastering these fundamental skills, you'll have a solid foundation for further study in more advanced programming topics.