Here are 10 Beginner Python Projects from which you should start.

Here are 10 Beginner Python Projects from which you should start.

Gaurav Pandey

Published on Jul 21, 2021

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Here are 10 Beginner Python Projects from which you should start.

Before you build any project, learn the basics, If you don't learn the basics, you'll build on a shaky foundation.

Here are some beginner-friendly projects for you to work on:

  • Odd or even
  • Mad Lib Generator
  • Password Generator
  • Biography info
  • Digital Clock
  • Quiz
  • What's my Acronym
  • Desktop Message Notifier
  • Quote Bot
  • Email slicer

1. Odd or Even

When the user gives you the number, you check if it's odd or even and then you print a message letting them know.

Here is the Sample Code 👇

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2. Mad Lib Generator

This could be anything such as a name, an adjective, a pronoun, or even an action. Once you get the input, you can rearrange it to build up your own story.

Here is the Sample Code 👇

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3. Password Generator

Create a Simple Python program that can generate a simple password for you.

Here is the Sample Code 👇

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4. Biography Info

Ask a user for their personal information one question at a time. Then, print a summary of all the information they entered back to them.

Here is the Sample Code 👇

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5. Digital Clock

Create a Digital Clock that Shows real Time using Tkinter.

Here is the Sample Code 👇

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6. Quiz

Ask 4 Questions to the user and Calculate the Percentage at the end.

Here is Sample Code 👇

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7. What's my Acronym?

Ask the user to enter the full meaning of an organization or concept and you'll provide the acronym to the user.

Here is the Sample Code 👇

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8. Desktop Message Notifier

You can make Digital Clock using *Python.

Make sure to give it a try, See Below 👇

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9. Quote Bot

Create a Simple Quote Bot that Generates, New Quote Every time when you run the code.

Here is the Sample Code 👇

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10. Email Slicer

Collect an email address from the user and then find out if the user has a custom domain name or a popular domain name.

Here is the Sample Code 👇

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I hope you enjoy these Projects!

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