Author: Al Sweigart
Once you see how the code works, you'll practice re-creating the programs and experiment by adding your own custom touches. These simple, text-based programs are 256 lines of code or less.
Programmers commonly read code to sharpen their coding skills just as a technical mountain climber might watch endless videos showing the details of a particularly hard technique. The 100+ short programs in Big Book of Small Python Projects are designed to help beginning-to-intermediate programmers expand their knowledge of how to deploy Python creatively and effectively by offering coding examples that will help them to tackle their own coding challenges. The 100+ short, complete Python programs in this book are designed to help beginning-to-intermediate Python programmers broaden their skills by providing a diverse set of coding examples they can study, emulate, and draw inspiration from. The programs range from classic card and board games and mazes, to math and probability demos, and mad libs. The author includes the complete code for each program, as well as commentary and suggestions for how to modify and experiment with code.