Python PCEP3001 Certified EntryLevel Python Programmer

Pass Python PCEP-30-01/PCEP-30-02 in the 1st attempt – Score at least 90%
Python PCEP3001 Certified EntryLevel Python Programmer
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Python PCEP3001 Certified EntryLevel Python Programmer

What you’ll learn

Students will pass the PCEP – Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer Certification in 1st attempt
Students who wants to score more than 90% in the PCEP exam(PCEP-30-01)
Python from basics
Complete Python Practice sets that will help to clear the PCEP exam
Those who are preparing for Certified Associate in Python Programming (PCAP) will also clear their basic concepts
This course is stirctly PCEP-30-01 at this moment in Nov 2022. Once this exam will be retired, I will be upgrade it to pep-30-02

Python PCEP3001 Certified EntryLevel Python Programmer


No Programming experience needed. You will learn everything you need to know


The Python PCEP-30-01/PCEP-30-02 exam is conducted by the “python institute”. This Python PCEP-30-01 certification Course(Video-based course) will guide you to pass the Python PCEPexam on 1st attempt and once you practice all the examples in this course, you will easily pass the exam with at least 90% marks. There are more than 250 examples in this course that will serve you like Python PCEP Practice Tests. There are multiple PCEP quizzes to test your Knowledge. You can consider these quizzes as Python PCEP mock Tests. These PCEP mock exams or quizzes will give you enough idea about the actual exam.This course consists of 5 sections or modules that will teach you everything about PCEP and will help you to clear the PCEP – Certified Python Entry-Level Programmer exam(PCEP-30-01/PCEP-30-02).The actual Python PCEP certification will have 30 questions as mentioned below -1. Module 1: Basic Concepts (5 questions)Basic conceptsInterpreter, compiler, lexis, semantics, syntax, Keywords, etc.Literal – Integer, Boolean, Floats, scientific notation, stringcommentprint()input()Other numeral systems – binary, decimal, octal, and hexadecimalAritmetic(numeric) operators -> +, -, *, /, //, %, **String Operators: +, *assignments and shortcut operators2. Module 2: Data Types, Evaluations, and Basic I/O Operations (6 Questions)operators: unary and binary, priorities and bindingbitwise operators: ~ & ^ | << >>Boolean operators: or, and, notBoolean expressionsrelational operators ( == != > >= < <= ), building complex Boolean expressionsaccuracy of floating-point numbersbasic i/o (input and output) operations using – input(), print(), int(), float(), str(), len() functionsformat print() output with end= and sep= argumentstype castingbasic calculationssimple strings: constructing(create), assigning, indexing, immutability3. Module 3: Control Flow – loops and conditional blocks (6 questions)conditional statements: if, if-else, if-elif, if-elif-elsemultiple conditional statements – multiple if statementthe pass instructionLoops: while, for, range(), inIteration – iterating through sequencesloops continued: while-else, for-elsenesting loops and conditional statementscontrolling loop execution: break, continue4. Module 4: Data Collections – Lists, Tuples, and Dictionaries (7 questions)simple lists: constructing vectors, indexing, and slicing, the len() functionlists in detail: indexing, slicing, basic methods (append(), insert(), index()) and functions (len(), sorted(), etc.), del instruction, iterating lists with the for loop, initializing, in and not in operators, list comprehension, the difference between copying and cloninglists in lists: matrices and cubestuples: indexing, slicing, building, immutabilitytuples vs. lists: similarities and differences, lists inside tuples and tuples inside listsdictionaries: building, indexing, adding and removing keys, iterating through dictionaries as well as their keys and values, checking key existence, keys(), items(), and values() methodsstrings in detail: escaping using the \ character, quotes, and apostrophes inside strings, multi-line strings, basic string functions.5. Module 5: Functions (6 questions)define and call(invoking) your own functions(user-defined functions) and generatorsreturn and yield keywords, returning results,the None keyword,recursionparameters vs. arguments,positional keyword and mixed argument passing,default parameter valuesconverting generator objects into lists using the list() functionname scopes, name hiding (shadowing), the global keywordPCEP Certification: Exam InformationExam Name: PCEP Certified Entry-Level Python ProgrammerExam Code: PCEP-30-01Exam Level: EntryPre-requisites: NoneDuration: 45 minutes (exam) + approx. 5 minutes (Non-Disclosure Agreement/Tutorial)Number of Questions: 30Format: Single-choice and multiple-choice questions, drag & drop, gap fill | Python 3. xPassing score: 70%Language: EnglishDelivery Channel: OpenEDG Testing ServicePCEP certification is a professional Entry-Level Python Programmer Exam to test a person’s ability to understand basic coding related to Fundamentals of Python Programming. The candidate will gain all the necessary knowledge of Python Programming, its syntax, semantics, and basic concepts like the below -Concepts like – literals, print(), input(), numbers, strings, etc.knowledge of operators – unary, binary, bitwise, boolean, relational operators, simple strings, data type, evaluation, I-O, etc.Control Flow – Loops, If, While, for, break, continue, passData collections – Lists, tuples, dictionaries, stringsFunctions – Arguments, Parameters, recursion, scope, global, positional arguments, Keyword arguments, None, yield, default parameter, etc.Other benefits of the PCEP courseThis course will also help you to build your Python Projects.The course will be of great help for students who want to clear Microsoft 98-381 exam for Python.This course will also test you if you are ready to start your reparation for PCAP.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Set the Roadmap before the course

Lecture 2 Note to Students

Lecture 3 Introduction

Lecture 4 How to Setup Python?

Lecture 5 Print

Lecture 6 Comments

Lecture 7 Variable

Lecture 8 A Special Note

Lecture 9 Boolean and Integer literals

Lecture 10 Other Numeral Systems

Lecture 11 Floats

Lecture 12 Small note about Alphabet, lexis, syntax and semantics

Lecture 13 String

Lecture 14 Escaping Character

Lecture 15 input

Lecture 16 Arithmetic operators – Part 1

Lecture 17 Arithmetic operators – Part 2

Lecture 18 String Operators

Section 2: Data Types, Evaluations, and Basic I/O Operations

Lecture 19 Unary and Bitwise

Lecture 20 Unary and Bitwise – Part 1

Lecture 21 Unary and Bitwise – Part 2

Lecture 22 Priority – Part 1

Lecture 23 Relational Operators

Lecture 24 Priority – Part 2

Lecture 25 Logical, Boolean, and, or and not operators

Lecture 26 Examples of these

Lecture 27 Boolean Expressions

Lecture 28 Identity Operators

Lecture 29 Membership Operators

Lecture 30 Priority – Part 3

Lecture 31 Formatting print

Lecture 32 Typecasting

Lecture 33 Basics of String

Section 3: Control Flow – loops and conditional blocks

Lecture 34 if statement

Lecture 35 Nested if statement

Lecture 36 Multiple conditions in if statement

Lecture 37 pass in if statement

Lecture 38 while Loop – Part 1

Lecture 39 while Loop – Part 2

Lecture 40 for Loop

Lecture 41 List comprehension

Lecture 42 range in for

Lecture 43 continue inside for

Lecture 44 pass inside for

Lecture 45 for with else

Lecture 46 Terminate loop – Part 1

Lecture 47 Terminate loop – Part 2

Section 4: Data Collections – Lists, Tuples, and Dictionaries

Lecture 48 Creating list

Lecture 49 Indexing in list

Lecture 50 Concatenate/Repeat in list

Lecture 51 Negative indexing – List

Lecture 52 Length of the list

Lecture 53 Update element of list

Lecture 54 List slicing

Lecture 55 Test your knowledge – PCEP Question

Lecture 56 Negative slicing

Lecture 57 Important Functions

Lecture 58 sort() method

Lecture 59 Other methods – Part 1

Lecture 60 Other methods – Part 2

Lecture 61 del instruction

Lecture 62 Go over a loop one after the other inside the list

Lecture 63 Swapping Lists

Lecture 64 Swapping items in Lists

Lecture 65 (in/not in) Lists

Lecture 66 List comprehension in detail

Lecture 67 tuple

Lecture 68 tuple – part 1

Lecture 69 tuple – part 2

Lecture 70 Immutability in tuple

Lecture 71 Indexing in tuple

Lecture 72 Slicing in tuple

Lecture 73 Update tuple

Lecture 74 Methods and Functions in tuple

Lecture 75 Joining in tuple

Lecture 76 Operators and remaining topics of tuple

Lecture 77 Dictionary

Lecture 78 Create Dictionary

Lecture 79 Index Dictionary

Lecture 80 Add items in Dictionary

Lecture 81 Remove items from Dictionary – Part 1

Lecture 82 Remove items from Dictionary – Part 2

Lecture 83 Updating Dictionary

Lecture 84 Combine Dictionaries

Lecture 85 Nested Dictionary

Lecture 86 Keys of Dictionary

Lecture 87 Keys and values of Dictionary

Lecture 88 in/del/clear

Lecture 89 Copy Dictionary

Lecture 90 Convert tuple to Dictionary

Lecture 91 Strings in detail

Lecture 92 Updating of Strings

Lecture 93 Part of string and deleting

Lecture 94 Multi line strings

Lecture 95 String methods

Section 5: Functions

Lecture 96 Defining Functions

Lecture 97 Functions NameError

Lecture 98 Parameter Vs Argument

Lecture 99 List as argument

Lecture 100 Scope of arguments

Lecture 101 Delete inside Function – For List

Lecture 102 mismatch related issues

Lecture 103 Multiple arguments

Lecture 104 Keyword arguments

Lecture 105 return with expression

Lecture 106 return without expression

Lecture 107 Test your knowledge – PCEP

Lecture 108 the None

Lecture 109 Recursion

Lecture 110 Positional argument

Lecture 111 Keyword Argument passing

Lecture 112 Mixed Argument passing

Lecture 113 Default Parameters

Lecture 114 Name Scope – Part 1

Lecture 115 Name Scope – Part 2

Lecture 116 Test your knowledge – PCEP

Lecture 117 Name Scope – Part 3

Lecture 118 Global Keyword

Section 6: Python PCEP Practice Test – Mock Test

Individuals who want to get more than 90% in the PCEP – Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer Certification,Python Programmers who wants to improve their marks in PCEP exam,Beginners who wants to pass PCEP – Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer certification in 1st attemp,Students or Programmers who wants to practice similar PCEP type questions to gain confidence before the actual PCEP-30-01 exam,A person who wants to enhance their resume by passing the PCEP-30-01 exam.

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Udemy | English | 8h 39m | 2.91 GB
Created by: Sandeep Kumar

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