Coffee Break Python Slicing
24 Workouts to Master Slicing in Python, Once and for All
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Puzzle-based learning is an active learning technique. With code puzzles, you will learn faster, smarter, and better.
Coffee Break Python Slicing is all about growing your Python expertise - one coffee at a time. The focus lies on the important slicing technique to access consecutive data ranges. Understanding slicing thoroughly is crucial for your success as a Python developer.
This book teaches you everything you need to know about slicing in Python. As a bonus, you will track your individual Python coding skill level throughout the book.
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