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Rohit replied | 2 days ago

C & Python: INR 6-7k approx.
Java: INR Rs. 9-10k
Html Css: INR Rs. 5-6k
JavaScript: INR Rs. 5-6k
Good luck!

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Shabana replied | 1 day ago

C: Rs. 2500 core java 3500 HTML CSS javascript basics with examples Rs. 3000, Check the content by Demo class.

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Ranjit replied | 5 days ago

First of all, not sure what you mean by textual data. Do you mean text classification or categorical variable. Anyway, SVM works well with both. I have used it for text classification also, and found it to consistently provide the very high rate of accurate classifiers. Using the Sequential Minimal Optimization (SMO) methods, learning the SVM model is very fast.

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Teamlease-iijt Professional Training Center replied | 5 days ago

Text classification also assists as a way of remembering and differentiating the types of data, making. Similarly SVM applicable to data points with nonlinear decision surfaces by engaging a system identified.

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Venkata 16/12/2016 in  Python Training classes

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Prajesh replied | 10 Jan

Python is very ubiquitous due to its simplicity, versatility and enormous library collections. It's used by NASA, Dropbox, Pinterest and even Quora.
The fields where Python really shines in are data science and machine learning.

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Sudheer replied | 11 Jan

Hi Venkat, Any programming language in IT industry is used to achieve one of the following:
1. Web application development
2. Web services
3. Production support scripts
4. Automation testing
5. Games
6. Standalone applications
Python has all the features to achieve all the above tasks and...  more»
Hi Venkat, Any programming language in IT industry is used to achieve one of the following:
1. Web application development
2. Web services
3. Production support scripts
4. Automation testing
5. Games
6. Standalone applications
Python has all the features to achieve all the above tasks and it's very easy to apply. Even though Java is much more stronger than Python if you concern scalability, Python's market is increasing day by day for it's ease of development, simplicity, more modules availability and better readability. You can develop scripts and web applications using Python on the fly! Just like that! Learn Python, It will take you to some other dimension for sure. All the best. «less

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Garimella 03/10/2016 in  Python Training classes

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Neelanshu replied | 25/10/2016

you can simply create a virtual environment as use it, the environment will contain a separate python executable.

if you have a mac or linux system, run following commands in terminal:
For Mac:

Install Homebrew - http://brew.sh/
brew install python

pip install MySQL-python
pip install...  more»
you can simply create a virtual environment as use it, the environment will contain a separate python executable.

if you have a mac or linux system, run following commands in terminal:
For Mac:

Install Homebrew - http://brew.sh/
brew install python

pip install MySQL-python
pip install virtualenv
pip install virtualenvwrapper

vim ~/.bashrc (will open bashrc in texteditor):

Copy this code to end of .bashrc :

export WORKON_HOME=$HOME/.virtualenvs
source /usr/local/bin/virtualenvwrapper.sh

source ~/.bashrc
mkvirtualenv retailone
pip install -r requirements.txt


For Linux:

sudo apt-get install python-dev
sudo apt-get install python-pip
sudo apt-get install python-mysqldb
sudo apt-get install python-imaging libjpeg8-dev
sudo apt-get install libmysqlclient-dev libxml2-dev libxslt1-dev libssl-dev libffi-dev
sudo pip install virtualenv
sudo pip install virtualenvwrapper

vim ~/.bashrc (will open bashrc in texteditor)

Copy this code to end of .bashrc :

export WORKON_HOME=$HOME/.virtualenvs
export PROJECT_HOME=$HOME/Devel
source /usr/local/bin/virtualenvwrapper.sh

source ~/.bashrc
mkvirtualenv 'env-name'

then just activate it as
workon env-name

to deactivate env, run 'deactivate'

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Manish Kumar replied | 29/10/2016

Look at mkvirtualenv and its usgae, module is available for Linux as well as for window machine. So basically you are a creating a environment to install only python version and its depended package without interfering with other env or system installed python version and its dependent package.

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Dinesh 14/09/2016 in  Python Training classes

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Premchand replied | 07/10/2016

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Khaleel A Shariff replied | 09/10/2016

Hi Dinesh,
I would be able to teach you Python at a mutually convenient time. Do write to me.
God Bless You!
God Bless India!!!
Khaleel A Shariff

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Khaleel A Shariff replied | 09/10/2016

Hi Sourav,
If you do not know Python, you will need to start from learning Python, followed by Django & REST. If you need help, I will be able to help you with the same.
Best of Luck.
God Bless You!
God Bless India!!!
Khaleel A Shariff

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Naveen Durai replied | 09/10/2016

Start learning from MVC framework ,Hibernate,Struts and WebServices -RESTful.
I can guide through this

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Sudesh replied | 29/09/2016

Hi Akash,

We have seen many people who tried to learn machine learning from website portals, but it is true that only those people who are in this field can understand those.
To enter the world of machine learning, which is the future and current, you need to have a very good understanding of fundamentals. If fundamentals are not strong, technically noone can learn...  more»
Hi Akash,

We have seen many people who tried to learn machine learning from website portals, but it is true that only those people who are in this field can understand those.
To enter the world of machine learning, which is the future and current, you need to have a very good understanding of fundamentals. If fundamentals are not strong, technically noone can learn anything.

I can say, there is more demand from companies in india and abroad for Jr and Sr Data Scientist, but very very less supply as very few people are somewhat expert in this technology. Also everyone wants the best person whom they can hire. We have tied up with many corporates who give us their demand, we shape the people to fulfill the company's demands and then the companies hire those people on either their Payrool or ours. In either way, Students get the job. It is vocational training which we run where we don't teach people only on technology, we teach fundamentals in a flow so that students grasp the entire flow which is what Companies demand.
You can visit our website for more details or send us any query, if you have any. «less

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Sudheer replied | 29/09/2016

Hi Akash, join with me. I wil teach you from scratch, I am sure you will enjoy the course fully.

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Arijit replied | 11/09/2016

X=4 # x points to int(4)
Y=X+4 # y points to int(8)
Y=int(str(Y)+'2')
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str(Y) points to '8' obtained by converting the integer value of Y to string
+ on strings concatenates them
so '8'+'2'='82' like 'hello ' + 'world'='hello world
Y finally points to int('82') which points to the integer 82 which is obtained after converting '82' to integer
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X=4 # x points to int(4)
Y=X+4 # y points to int(8)
Y=int(str(Y)+'2')
'''
str(Y) points to '8' obtained by converting the integer value of Y to string
+ on strings concatenates them
so '8'+'2'='82' like 'hello ' + 'world'='hello world
Y finally points to int('82') which points to the integer 82 which is obtained after converting '82' to integer
'''
print(Y) # prints the integer 82

Note- As others have mentioned before int(), str() and print() will give tracebacks if typed in caps. «less

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Marie replied | 18 Jan

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Collabera TACT replied | 11/09/2016

Hi Elavarasan, Python is very easy language to learn, and you are from Electronics background then I will suggest you to go for Internet of Things. which is very popular in the market with high pay scale. We are providing online training of Internet of Things, In which you will learn different sensors, boards like Arduino, Raspberry Pi 3 which is latest one. In this training you...  more»
Hi Elavarasan, Python is very easy language to learn, and you are from Electronics background then I will suggest you to go for Internet of Things. which is very popular in the market with high pay scale. We are providing online training of Internet of Things, In which you will learn different sensors, boards like Arduino, Raspberry Pi 3 which is latest one. In this training you will learn python from scratch to advanced level and we are also providing the training on IoT Cloud platform in the same course. for more details feel free to contact us «less

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Sarfraaz replied | 18/09/2016

Hello Elavarasan, my recommendation, based on my 16 years of industry experience is to first learn about Logical thinking and the art of converting this logic to code. After that, you can learn programming in any language that you like. Among the existing Programming Languages, Python is definitely has one of the most easiest syntaxes to learn. You can contact us to understand more...  more»
Hello Elavarasan, my recommendation, based on my 16 years of industry experience is to first learn about Logical thinking and the art of converting this logic to code. After that, you can learn programming in any language that you like. Among the existing Programming Languages, Python is definitely has one of the most easiest syntaxes to learn. You can contact us to understand more about how we can help you improve your Logical thinking abilities and the art of converting logic to code. «less

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Basavaraj 23/06/2016 in  Python Training classes

Anyone know ?
How to integrate C++ code in Python

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Jatin replied | 29/06/2016

You can write an extension yourself in C or C++ with the Python C-API.

Pyrex - write your extension module on Python (!)
Cython -- Cython -- an improved version of Pyrex
CXX - PyCXX - helper lib for writing Python extensions in C++
SCXX
ctypes is a Python module allowing to create and manipulate C data types in Python. These can then be passed to C-functions...  more»
You can write an extension yourself in C or C++ with the Python C-API.

Pyrex - write your extension module on Python (!)
Cython -- Cython -- an improved version of Pyrex
CXX - PyCXX - helper lib for writing Python extensions in C++
SCXX
ctypes is a Python module allowing to create and manipulate C data types in Python. These can then be passed to C-functions loaded from dynamic link libraries.
elmer - compile and run python code from C, as if it was written in C
PicklingTools is a collection of libraries for exchanging Python Dictionaries between C++ and Python.
weave - include C code lines in Python program
ackward exposes parts of Python's standard library as idiomatic C++
CFFI - interact with almost any C code from Python, based on C-like declarations that you can often copy-paste from header files or documentation. «less

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Nigam replied | 19/07/2016

writing a python extension using below api :
1. Swig
2.Boost.Python
3.Cython
4.Py++
5.Pybindgen
6.Pyrex and Cython

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Sushil Sheth replied | 27/08/2016

I have opening in my friend firm, they are looking for fresher in python.

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Manish replied | 02/09/2016

While no one can guarantee getting a job after being trained as it depends on the trainer and the person being trained but yes, getting a job as a fresher in python is relatively easy compared to other programming languages. The reason for this is that the popularity of python has increased manifold in last few years and hence demand for persons trained in python has also increased...  more»
While no one can guarantee getting a job after being trained as it depends on the trainer and the person being trained but yes, getting a job as a fresher in python is relatively easy compared to other programming languages. The reason for this is that the popularity of python has increased manifold in last few years and hence demand for persons trained in python has also increased while the supply for skilled professionals in python has not matched up with the same pace. So, the job scenario is definitely better. «less

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Sushil Sheth replied | 27/08/2016

everything is possible t learn, but to do it in short period of time and and best way you need guidance.

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Manish replied | 02/09/2016

Certainly it is possible. What is required is some dedicated time, self-discipline and the willingness to learn by trial and error.

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Abhishek 23/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

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Jatin replied | 14/06/2016

Yes, there are many. You can contact any good trainer.

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Manish replied | 02/09/2016

Yes, these days, getting an online training class for python is not difficult. Just google it or if you want to get trained from a particular trainer or institute, just ask them and most likely they also offer online training too. Else just look at the profiles of so many professionals at urbanpro offering online classes and you are likely to find someone who can meet your needs.

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Rajan 22/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

When was Python developed?

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Jatin replied | 14/06/2016

mature version came in 2000 which has various feature but it was originally developed in 1980s

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Manish replied | 02/09/2016

Python was developed in late 1980's and its implementation started in December 1989 by a Dutch programmer named G uido van Rossum'. Python 2.0 was released on October 16, 2000, with many major new features. Python 3.0, a major change and also a release which was not backward compatible with Python 2, was released on December 3, 2008.

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Dilip 22/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

How many years of experience should a good Python trainer need?

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Jatin replied | 14/06/2016

Yes knowledge matter and confidence required. I started 7 years back when I has 4 years of experience in IT.

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Manish replied | 02/09/2016

The more the years of experience, the better it is but other than the years of experience, a good Python trainer should also have an interest in teaching, an aptitude for explaining things in an easy manner plus a willingness to learn as well so as to keep oneself abreast with the latest technologies and the trends.

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Sweta 21/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

What are the qualifications needed for a Python trainer?

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Sanjeev replied | 07/07/2016

You should be good in any programming, and learn python, do regular practice, it should be good enough to be a trainer.

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Manish replied | 02/09/2016

The qualifications needed are an aptitude and willingness to learn new things, should not be afraid to experiment and learn from trial and error plus a good ability to explain complex things in a simple and easy manner. Rest everything you can learn and a trainer also needs to continue upgrade his or her skills in python by following what is the latest technology in demand for jobs.

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Arvind 21/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

What are the job opportunities after learning Python?

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Jatin replied | 14/06/2016

There are many, you check in naukri or monster.

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Manish replied | 02/09/2016

Lots of opportunities are available for python skilled professionals. Opportunities are available for both python freshers and experienced pros. Demand for python trained people has shot up a lot and there is a huge demand for the right persons with the right skills.

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Avinash 21/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

Is Python similar to C and C++?

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Jatin replied | 14/06/2016

python is much simpler than C and C++ in terms of implementation

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Sarfraaz replied | 08/09/2016

No. It is not. Python is an interpreter language, while C and C++ are compiler languages

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Sumathi 21/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

Which is the best Python training centre in Mumbai?

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Svdimensions replied | 05/05/2016

SVDIMENSIONS providing online trainings for python

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Jatin replied | 14/06/2016

I also provide online classes.

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Ashwini 20/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

Which is the best Python training centre in Bangalore?

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Radical replied | 20/05/2016

Radical Technologies . Quality Training with affordable price

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Zenrays replied | 01/07/2016

Python is a object-oriented, general-purpose,interpreted, dynamic programming language.The best part about python is it’s syntax which is very easy to learn .Python is easy to learn yet it’s very powerful language.but there are many institutions to learn python before joining make a plan what you want to do.explore it deeply,work on a real time projects that make you perfect in coding o python.

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V 20/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

What’s up with the comma operator’s precedence?

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Nigam replied | 22/05/2016

Comma is not an operator in Python

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Uday replied | 31/05/2016

Comma operator is useful in various cases.
case 1: Placing the comma operator after print statement resulting in printing the numbers in the same line.

In [1]: for i in range(4):
...: print i
...:
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1
2
3

In [2]: for i in range(4):
...: print i, # placing the comma operator
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Comma operator is useful in various cases.
case 1: Placing the comma operator after print statement resulting in printing the numbers in the same line.

In [1]: for i in range(4):
...: print i
...:
0
1
2
3

In [2]: for i in range(4):
...: print i, # placing the comma operator
...:
0 1 2 3

case 2:

In [3]: pairing the items. In this example, it is used in two places.
for index, i in enumerate(range(4)):
...: print index, i
...:
0 0
1 1
2 2
3 3

conclusion: In this way, the comma operator is useful in various cases. «less

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Santosh 20/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

Is there an equivalent of C’s ”?:” ternary operator?

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Rahul replied | 20/04/2016

Yes, it was added in version 2.5. The syntax is: a if test else b. It's not syntactically same as C's operator .

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Ethan's Tech replied | 29/04/2016

Yes, but different syntax: a if 'test Condition' else b.

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Thimma 20/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

Is it possible to write obfuscated one-liners in Python?

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Chitra replied | 28/04/2016

Yes, of-course, Typically this is done by nesting a lamda function inside another lamda function

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Prasad Yamijala replied | 05/07/2016

using nested lambdas

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Sandhya 19/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

How can my code discover the name of an object?

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Jatin replied | 14/06/2016

Could you please explain your question please, I am unable to understand the context. Thanks

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Vivek 19/04/2016 in  Python Training classes

How do you make a higher order function in Python?

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Chitra replied | 28/04/2016

The actual name is only known by the namespace it s in, and a single value can be referenced from many different namespaces (as well as containers). Generally speaking it should not be necessary for your code to know the names of particular values. Unless you are deliberately writing introspective tools, this is usually an indication that a change of approach might be beneficial.

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The actual name is only known by the namespace it’s in, and a single value can be referenced from many different namespaces (as well as containers). Generally speaking it should not be necessary for your code to know the names of particular values. Unless you are deliberately writing introspective tools, this is usually an indication that a change of approach might be beneficial.

In comp.lang.python, Fredrik Lundh once gave an excellent analogy in answer to this question:

The same way as you get the name of that cat you found on your porch: the cat (object) itself cannot tell you its name, and it doesn’t really care — so the only way to find out what it’s called is to ask all your neighbours (namespaces) if it’s their cat (object)…
and finally don’t be surprised if you’ll find that it’s known by many names, or no name at all! «less

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Prasad Yamijala replied | 13/07/2016

All functions are first class objects in python hence we can create functions of higher order

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