I have been using a lot of resources to learn Python Programming. As I myself am still learning, I wanted to share some resources I personally felt really helpful.
I won't prefer reading a book to learn programming but this book has impressed me a lot!
I am referring to the book named 'Python Crash Course: A Hands On Project Based Introduction to Programming' by Eric Matthes. This book has been really helpful. Do give it a read and also practice the exercise questions.
After you are thorough with the book then you can go to W3Schools and solve those exercises(those are pretty easy questions). This will probably give you more confidence 👍
Finally you have to solve problems from HackerRank. These questions might be a bit complex and tricky but more you try the more you learn. I myself had to do much to solve the problems. But no pain no gain!
Useful YouTube videos related to python programming can be accessed through these links:
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Happy Coding! 👨💻 👩💻