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7 Python Cheat-Sheets For Beginners!

Although these guides are majorly for the beginners, even the expert python programmers can find these guides handy.  

Thursday, September 19, 2013:  Cheat sheets are of great help for everyone no matter if you are an expert or a newbie of programming. And if we are looking at a language as complex as Python, these cheat sheets are no less than boon!

So we bring to you, a sorted list of 7 helpful cheat sheets to help you in your journey with Python!
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1. Python Cheat Sheet by DaveChild (HTML)

This is a simple code to code cheat-sheet for major python stuck-ups. Very handy and helpful, must have if you are a beginner!

2. Python For Dummies(HTML)

Again an awesome cheat-sheet for newbies! Whether you're working with string methods or built-in functions in Python, this Cheat Sheet helps you program the correct order for the operation so you achieve the correct result.

3. Python Cheat-Sheet by (PNG)

This Python Cheatsheet from may come very handy as a quick script explanation for programmers.

4. Python 2.7 Quick Reference Sheet (PDF)

This is one interesting and elaborative cheat-sheet by Grant Petty, Professor of Atmospheric Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Again a must have.

5. Python Basics by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (PDF)

This again is a super helpful cheat-sheet by Cognitive Science Department - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Good resource if you are playing with the basics.

6. Python Basics by Department of Astronomy at the University of Florida (HTML)

Again a helpful cheat-sheet which helps you rise up right from the basics. The explanations are quick and interesting. If you are someone who is starting Python from scratch, this is the sheet for you.

7. Python Language & Syntax Cheat Sheet (PDF)

This is a slick and quick cheat-sheet for Python Language & Syntax by Institute of Informatics of Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.

Atithya Amaresh, EFYTIMES News Network 

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