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Get Good at Python Programming - Problem #4 - Pangram (Solution)

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This is a free preview video of Al Sweigart's new Udemy programming course, "Get Good at Python Programming" which will be available in 2018. Critiques and questions are welcome! Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/AlSweigart This video describes the solution for the leap year problem at http://exercism.io/exercises/python/pangram/readme You can get access to the instructor's popular Automate the Boring Stuff with Python online course discounted from $60 to $10 with this link: https://www.udemy.com/automate/?couponCode=FOR_LIKE_10_BUCKS
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bhavna sagta (6 months ago)
how to print missing letters which will make an input string a panagram?
Parols (6 months ago)
You're stunning man, loving your book!
eldrian rendon (9 months ago)
Put back the automate the boring stuff with python please. I aint done watching it yet.
Jacob Thomas (10 months ago)
Is this valid syntax??? def pangram(sentance): return for L in "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz" L in sentance.lower()
Soumyadeep Karmakar (11 months ago)
Soumyadeep Karmakar (11 months ago)
what Python IDE do you use? (it looks like pycharm in that video)
Misho Okropiridze (2 years ago)
you can also import string and say alphabet = string.ascii_lowercased
The PVP Souls (2 years ago)
do coding with scratch again!

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