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Offline Learning - Synthx - 02-16-2017

Hello! I now have a restriction on my laptop, check here if you wanna know a bit more: My gay wifi. I was wondering if anyone has a nice suggestion for an interactive way of learning python! Almost like a GUI program that teaches you, or something similar. Preferably free. If there isn't one out there, maybe it might be a good idea for someone here to maybe make one themselves, as I think it would sell great, or be used by many many people!   Wink Pretty much a program that is like this website http://learnpython.org/
I have some pdf's but I would like something almost like codecademy, but their services are shit. Its hard to learn from them, and their material is wrong/outdated.
Thanks in advanced! I will still reply tho.


RE: Offline Learning - Blink - 02-16-2017

You can always download static webpages.

Find random python tutorials, right click on page and click "save as".

I used to have a collection of these.


RE: Offline Learning - Synthx - 02-17-2017

Well, I was wanting to do that with learnpython.org, but there are so many different pages that each lesson is on, as I doubt it would save them, and it saves the html including the links.


RE: Offline Learning - Oni - 02-17-2017

You could always get some books. I know some people that started learning via pen/paper.


RE: Offline Learning - mothered - 02-17-2017

Is your home the only point of Internet access?

If not and you can access the net for a short period from a friend's house or school, you can download a heap of eBooks and study offline thereafter.


RE: Offline Learning - Inori - 02-17-2017

On Windows, at least, both major versions (2 and 3) come with the documentation site compiled into a single file, which itself contains a tutorial. You can find it in the Doc directory of your Python install.

Spoiler: tutorial page
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RE: Offline Learning - Mr.Kurd - 02-17-2017

I just like @Ender said save the webpage and downloading ebooks.
And If I had questions I will ask it here, Discord, or on stackoverflow.
And I use videos so bit If I need video on internet I will download it and watching it offline because I can't start coding while I'm online Smile


RE: Offline Learning - Mr.Kurd - 02-17-2017

(02-17-2017, 06:18 AM)Inori Wrote: On Windows, at least, both major versions (2 and 3) come with the documentation site compiled into a single file, which itself contains a tutorial. You can find it in the Doc directory of your Python install.

Spoiler: tutorial page
[Image: 1780979f66444d769fa0d361af0af92d.png]

documentation files not for beginner I think.


RE: Offline Learning - Inori - 02-17-2017

(02-17-2017, 11:42 AM)Mr.Kurd Wrote:
(02-17-2017, 06:18 AM)Inori Wrote: On Windows, at least, both major versions (2 and 3) come with the documentation site compiled into a single file, which itself contains a tutorial. You can find it in the Doc directory of your Python install.

Spoiler: tutorial page
[Image: 1780979f66444d769fa0d361af0af92d.png]

documentation files not for beginner I think.

The module docs aren't, but the included tutorial is


RE: Offline Learning - Synthx - 02-17-2017

Well, I went and got the documentation from the official python website, and I also have a good amount of ebooks, I even asked someone how they learned, and he gave me a good pdf. I think I am set on learning for now! Thanks for all your support and feedback! Biggrin