Python Programming Tutorial – 4 – Modules and Functions

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33 responses to “Python Programming Tutorial – 4 – Modules and Functions”

  1. MA19112001 Avatar

    So if you inport MATH you get Science too?

  2. Amritesh Singh Avatar

    only one word for you 'extraordinary'

  3. Manish Kumar Avatar

    Well, you gave a correct introduction of module i.e; A module is pretty much .. extra crap that is built into python.

  4. MJ Sanchez Avatar

    Wham Bam Thank You Ma'am

  5. Narain Ramjieawan Avatar

    Great videos. Thank You. How did you get your idle window to predict what you wanted to type? Is that an addon for the python ide?

  6. Zog Avatar

    sqrt = math.sqrt
    saves a bunch of time 😀

  7. Sajal Kaushik Avatar

    a = int(input("enter a number:"))
    pls correct in your video

  8. Sajal Kaushik Avatar

    >>> l= input("hello");
    hello 89
    >>> l +90
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "<pyshell#16>", line 1, in <module>
    l +90
    TypeError: must be str, not int

  9. Chris Adams Avatar

    When you were writing the module you typed "math.s" and a list of all the built in functions starting with the letter s came up. How did you get that to come up? This way I can find the functions I want.

  10. Miloud Fadha Avatar

    Among all these tutorials on python programming, .Bucky "the new Boston guy " is the best.

  11. Doritalos Avatar

    These videos where done in Python 2. Python 3 does not use raw_input and most use parenthesis in print statements.

  12. Rodger Roid Avatar

    I want the variable to be entered by user like in c of you ask a question what is your name and the name should be entered

  13. Ganda win Avatar

    it helped me alot, thank you 🙂

  14. sujeet p Avatar

    what command should we type to see all inbuilt functions in phyton??

  15. Cherry Blossoms Avatar

    im a student who is interested in programming. and i always try to understand the logic behind things. but in python i was never able to understand y u write the modulename.function or what it was, i eeven tried finding it out. but i had a lot of problem figuring stuff out in python. but now i undertand the big mystery. moudle.function. thanks, and really, im gonna watch all these video for fun.


    this is better then 3.4

  17. Akash Salunkhe Avatar

    thanx buddy your tutorials are better than books for me

  18. Jorge X Avatar

    So is Bucky in this case a variable?

  19. Subhadeep Das Avatar

    Absolute value of a number is the distance of that number from 0. Be it positive or negative, absolute value of a number is always positive..

  20. Skagra 42 Avatar

    what are some useful modules

  21. friendOfTheWinds Avatar

    math.sqrt(-1) doesn't work. So how do I play with complex numbers?

  22. Nidhin Nambiar Avatar

    What about math.ceil and other stuff

  23. Kenza Merah Avatar

    wait a sec, in the end of the vid, you used "bucky" for two different functions! so does python just take the last one or…. ?

  24. omkar c Avatar

    long live bucky

  25. asish mogadala Avatar

    took me 3 min to understand that you meant "parameter".understand that when an Indian is criticizing your pronunciation,there's something wrong…just an obs.

  26. John Doe Avatar

    import comment = Last =0)

  27. nikhil nanhe Avatar

    Good , it is

  28. Ismail DOUIEB Avatar

    Last comment…so far.

  29. leone messi Avatar

    hey how to bring that box

  30. Imad Guemmah Avatar

    I just want to know how you got to the part where you wrote "s" and you got a list of math functions… cuz mine didn't do it
    ( i had to type it manually)

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