So far, at school, we've been learning python with Turtle, but I've seen also people do so much stuff on regular python. I want to do something a bit more advanced and start to makes some bigger projects, most preferably on regular python. Does anyone know how to do this? On python I basically have got through 50% of the Codecademy course, and know how to do maths and other basic functions like
x=2 if x%0==0: print("Even") else: print("Odd")
However, this feels quite basic and I would like to push my understanding on further! Does anybody have any suggestions, or maybe give me an idea for a project I could make where I could possibly pick up a bit of python. Codecademy is OK, but like many , I prefer to learn by practically implementing skills.
Learning more about Python is good, but you will learn more if you learn another language as well. It sounds weird at first, but learning multiple languages will help you understand how other languages work.