Pickling Lesson: How to write objects to a file and how to read objects from a file.
sets Lesson: How to write code which uses sets and set methods union, intersection, and minus as will as pickling is examined.
Function Lesson: How to write a Python function that returns nothing meaningful and a function that returns more than one object. These concepts are illustrated by a program that predicts the velocity, distance traveled, and acceleration of a car from the time to go from 0 to 60 mph.
SSH Lesson: How to use SSH, the Secure Shell, to remotely control a Raspberry Pi is explained. A Python script on the remote Raspberry Pi is run that gets the humidity from a Sense HAT and a message is scrolled on the Sense HAT.
Introduction to Python objects: Five data types are introduced and the three features of Python objects- value, type, and identity- are explained. In addition, how to use built-in functions to determine the type and identity of a Python object is illustrated. It is shown how to call the methods and access the data descriptors of an object.
Printing out in Python: The nano editor is used to edit text files on many Linux distributions, including Raspbian. In this video, you will learn how to use the nano editor to create and edit Python scripts. Also, you will learn how to run Python scripts from the Terminal.
Using the nano editor: In this video, you will learn how to use the print() function to print out strings, floating-point numbers, integers, and the values of variables. In addition, you will learn how to use escape characters to print out a newline, a tab, a double quotation mark, a single quotation mark, and a backslash.
Thonny IDE to Create Python Scripts: The Thonny Integrated Developers Environment is used to create and edit Python scripts. Run Python code interactively and write, save, and run Python scripts.
Domain Name System: How Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDNs) are resolved to IP addresses by Domain Name System (DNS) is explained. The purpose of DNS resource records, forward and reverse lookup zones, and the function of primary, secondary, and caching-only name servers is discussed.