Each Python Tutorial contains examples to help you learn Python programming quickly. Follow these Python tutorials to learn basic and advanced Python programming.

The linear search algorithm is one of the simplest search algorithms in Python. The input to a linear search algorithm is an array and an item. The algorithm searches for the presence of the item inside the array.

In this article, we're going to show you how the binary search algorithm works and we'll give you a full example code to help you perform your own binary search in Python.

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Python bitwise operators, like AND, OR, NOT, XOR and shift operators, can be used to perform tasks on binary numbers. We'll show you how in this tutorial.

NumPy array broadcasting is used to perform operations between arrays of different shapes. In this tutorial, we'll study how NumPy array broadcasting works and show you several examples.

Today, we're going to explain how to access NumPy array items via indexing and how array slicing is used to select a subset of items from a NumPy array.

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This tutorial explains how to sort 1D and 2D Python NumPy arrays in ascending and descending order. We'll show you examples for sorting numeric, text, and boolean arrays.

In this article, you're going to learn the difference between the double equals == operator and the is keyword in Python. We'll share lots of examples to help you learn.

Let's learn how to implement encapsulation to protect object oriented programming class data using Python. We'll teach you about access modifiers, getters and setters.

Today we're going to show you exactly how to create custom modules in Python using modules within the same directory, in another directory, and in one of the default Python paths.

Let's walk through some examples showing how to use the *args and **kwargs arguments when defining Python functions so you can input a variable number of parameters.