10 Exciting Python Project Ideas for Beginners

10 Exciting Python Project Ideas for Beginners

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In a world where Artificial intelligence, Machine learning and Data Science are the dominant technologies, all the above-mentioned technologies are dependent on Python in some way or another. Therefore, excelling in Python can open many doors in your career and land in some of the best opportunities across the planet.

Books and tutorials ideas can only bring your knowledge to a certain level. In order to become a skilled programmer, you need to practice. The best way to hone your skills is to challenge yourself by building projects. There are a lot of interesting and exciting Python projects for beginners that allow you to create something useful whilst learning.

Following are some exciting python projects that you should attempt as a beginner.

1. Mad Libs Generator

This python beginner project is a good start for beginner developers as it covers concepts like strings, variables, and string concatenation. It teaches to manipulate user-inputted data. The input from the user could be anything like an adjective, a pronoun, or a verb. After all the inputs are entered, a story template is assembled.

2. Guess the number

This is a simple yet exciting project. It can even be called a mini-game. In this project, you will make a program in which the computer randomly chooses a number between 1 to 10, 1 to 100, or any range of your choice. Then it gives users a little hint to guess the number. Every time the user guesses wrong, he can get another clue but his score is reduced. The clue can be anything like multiples, divisible, greater or smaller, etc.

3. Dice Rolling Simulator

As the name of the program suggests, it is an imitation of rolling dice. It will generate a random number for each time the program runs. The users can also use the dice repeatedly for as long as they want. When the user rolls the dice, the program will generate a random number between 1 and 6 just like on a standard dice.

The number will then be shown to the user. The program will also ask users if they would like to roll the dice again. The program should also have a function that can randomly grab a number from1 to 6 and then print it. This beginner-level python project will help build a very strong foundation for some essential programming concepts.

4. Hangman

This is essentially a “guess the word” game. The core concepts used will be variables, random, integer, strings, and char, input and output, and Boolean. In this project, users have to enter “letter” guesses. Each user will only have a pre-defined number of guesses.

You can also create a pre-organized list of words that users can grab words from. Specific functions like checking whether or not a user has entered a single letter or if the input letter is in the hidden word, if the user has actually inputted a single letter, and printing the correct outcomes should be included as well.

5. YouTube Video Downloader

One of the best ideas to start experimenting with python projects is creating a YouTube video downloader. Billions of people watch YouTube. Sometimes there are videos that we would like to download permanently. YouTube doesn’t give you that option but you can create a program that has the ability to do so. With this program, you can download videos in different formats and video quality. This project may look a bit tricky, but it is quite straightforward when you start working on it.

6. Rock, Paper, Scissors

If you are tired of having no one to play with, then a 5-minute stint of rock, paper, and scissors with the computer in a program you created will definitely improve your mood. We will use the random function here. First, you will make a move and then the program makes one.

For indicating a move, you can either use a single alphabet, any number, or input an entire string. A function will be created to check the validity of the move and another will determine the winner of the round. You may also give the option of playing again.

7. Fibonacci Series Finder

You input a number and the function you create will then check whether the number belongs to the Fibonacci sequence or not. In the end, you may also print out the result in the form of a Boolean.

8. Palindrome Checker

It is essentially the same as the Fibonacci series finder. Just like mentioned above, here too, you will input a number and the function you create will then check whether the number is a palindrome or not. The result will then be printed in the form of a Boolean.

9. Multiplication Table Calculator

One of the easiest python projects has to be this one. All you have to do is to input a number and then by the help of for loop, the program will print the result.

10. Area and Perimeter Calculator

Another easy yet interesting project is building an area and perimeter calculator. First, the program will ask the users about which shape’s area and perimeter they want to calculate, and then users will have to input the measurements of the shape. Then by if/else, it will determine what formulas to use and will print the results.

Conclusion

I hope you guys found this article as exciting to read as much as I did while writing it. So put all your theoretical knowledge to work and implement it to increase your coding skills!

For the source codes of the above-mentioned projects, visit here

 
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