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Python Hello World 

Python Hello World 

   
   

Output:

Click on RUN button to see the output

Python Online Compiler

Write, Run & Share Python code online using OneCompiler's Python online compiler for free. It's one of the robust, feature-rich online compilers for python language, supporting both the versions which are Python 3 and Python 2.7. Getting started with the OneCompiler's Python editor is easy and fast. The editor shows sample boilerplate code when you choose language as Python or Python2. OneCompiler also has reference programs, where you can look for the sample code and start learning.

Taking inputs (stdin)

OneCompiler's python online editor supports stdin and users can give inputs to programs using the STDIN textbox under the I/O tab. Following is a sample python program which takes name as input and print your name with hello.

import sys
name = sys.stdin.readline()
print("Hello "+ name)

About Python

Python is a very popular general-purpose programming language which was created by Guido van Rossum, and released in 1991. It is very popular for web development and you can build almost anything like mobile apps, web apps, tools, data analytics, machine learning etc. It is designed to be simple and easy like english language. It's is highly productive and efficient making it a very popular language.

Tutorial & Syntax help

Loops

1. If-Else:

When ever you want to perform a set of operations based on a condition IF-ELSE is used.

if conditional-expression
    #code
elif conditional-expression
    #code
else:
    #code

Note:

Indentation is very important in Python, make sure the indentation is followed correctly

2. For:

For loop is used to iterate over arrays(list, tuple, set, dictionary) or strings.

Example:

mylist=("Iphone","Pixel","Samsung")
for i in mylist:
    print(i)

3. While:

While is also used to iterate a set of statements based on a condition. Usually while is preferred when number of ierations is not known in advance.

while condition  
    #code 

Collections

There are four types of collections in Python.

1. List:

List is a collection which is ordered and can be changed. Lists are specified in square brackets.

Example:

mylist=["iPhone","Pixel","Samsung"]
print(mylist)

2. Tuple:

Tuple is a collection which is ordered and can not be changed. Tuples are specified in round brackets.

Example:

myTuple=("iPhone","Pixel","Samsung")
print(myTuple)

Below throws an error if you assign another value to tuple again.

myTuple=("iPhone","Pixel","Samsung")
print(myTuple)
myTuple[1]="onePlus"
print(myTuple)

3. Set:

Set is a collection which is unordered and unindexed. Sets are specified in curly brackets.

Example:

myset{"iPhone","Pixel","Samsung"}
print{myset}

4. Dictionary:

Dictionary is a collection of key value pairs which is unordered, can be changed, and indexed. They are written in curly brackets with key - value pairs.

Example:

mydict = {
    "brand" :"iPhone",
    "model": "iPhone 11"
}
print(mydict)

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How to use?

Choose the language in which you want to run your program, by clicking the button next to Run. And then write your code in the code box, You can use the auto complete snippets and warnings and errors which helps you to write better code faster way.
Once you are done writing your code click the Run button, now the code will be submitted to OneCompiler and you will see the results in a second.

How to contribute?

Please fork OneCompiler repository and contribute us by adding more languages or the features to the existing OneCompiler backend.
You can also contibute to the community by adding more programs which users can search and use as base code for their programs.

API & More

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If you want to run and see the results from your backend you can utilize the OneCompiler API by integrating it with your backend.