Why learn computer programming?
Programming fosters creativity, reasoning, and problem solving. The programmer gets the opportunity to create something from nothing, use logic to turn programming constructs into a form that a computer can run, and, when things don’t work quite as well as expected, use problem solving to figure out what has gone wrong. Programming is a fun, sometimes challenging (and occasionally frustrating) activity, and the skills learned from it can be useful both in school and at work . . . even if your career has nothing to do with computers.
And, if nothing else, programming is a great way to spend an afternoon when the weather outside is dreary.
Python is an easy-to-learn programming language that has ...