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50 Programs to improve python knowledge

50 Programs to improve python knowledge
50 Programs to improve python knowledge
  1. Age calculator program
  2. BMI calculator program
  3. Blackjack game
  4. Calendar program
  5. Calculator program
  6. Chatbot program
  7. Computer Vision program
  8. Currency converter program
  9. Data analysis program
  10. Data visualization program
  11. Database program
  12. Deep Learning program
  13. Distance calculator program
  14. Email program
  15. Excel program
  16. Image viewer program
  17. Internet of Things (IoT) program
  18. JSON program
  19. Machine learning program
  20. Media player program
  21. Mortgage calculator program
  22. Natural Language Processing program
  23. News program
  24. Neural Network program
  25. PDF program
  26. Reinforcement Learning program
  27. Robotics program
  28. Rock-Paper-Scissors game
  29. SMS program
  30. Sentiment analysis program
  31. Snake game
  32. Stopwatch program
  33. Text editor program
  34. Timer program
  35. To-do list program
  36. Unit converter program
  37. Weather program
  38. Web application
  39. Web crawler program
  40. Web scraping with Beautiful Soup
  41. Web scraping with Selenium
  42. XML program
  43. Guess the Number game
  44. Hangman game
  45. Address book program
  46. Budget tracker program
  47. Creating an application package
If you think it's not 50, here you go with another 50 programs:
  1. Speech recognition program
  2. Time tracker program
  3. Gantt chart program
  4. Budget planner program
  5. Food recipe program
  6. Sports score program
  7. Health and fitness program
  8. Music library program
  9. E-commerce program
  10. Virtual assistant program
  11. Employee management system
  12. E-learning platform
  13. Accounting software
  14. Portfolio management program
  15. Stock market simulator
  16. Movie recommendation system
  17. Social media analytics program
  18. Online marketplace program
  19. Budgeting app
  20. Mind mapping program
  21. Project management program
  22. CRM system
  23. Logistics management program
  24. Customer service program
  25. Asset management program
  26. Human resources management system
  27. Real estate program
  28. Classroom management program
  29. Attendance tracking program
  30. Learning management system
  31. E-book library program
  32. Automated billing program
  33. Virtual event platform
  34. Gaming Platform
  35. E-ticketing program
  36. Art gallery program
  37. Virtual tour program
  38. Virtual product demonstration program
  39. Recipe database program
  40. Fashion store program
  41. Car dealership program
  42. Online booking program
  43. Virtual pet program
  44. Virtual world program
  45. Virtual interior design program
  46. The virtual home renovation program
  47. Virtual garden design program
  48. The virtual pet adoption program
  49. The virtual animal rescue program
  50. The virtual animal sanctuary program

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