a5 = input(“Do you like cheese?”)
What does all this gibberish mean? At first glance, you most probably think that the above is just random words wrapped in symbols that have no meaning. But, if you look closer, you will find that it actually makes a bit of sense. I know, I know, you have no idea what “<h1>” and “a5 = input()” means, but both of these different coding languages are “Markup Languages”, which means that it gives structure to English. I do this a lot in my spare time, and it is very fun and rewarding. Some of my programs will be at the bottom, so I hope you enjoy! If you want to learn the <h1> type, go to khanacademy.org, make an account, and go to the HTML and CSS section, where you will learn all about <p>, <h1> through <h6>, <!DOCTYPE html>, and <a href=”www.example.com”>. If you just want to make programs and practice, trinket.io is for you. But if you are more an a5 = input kind of person, I would recommend codecademy.org. Click start and bingo! You know Python 3 in a matter of days(depending on how hard you work and how often you do it)! I hope you learned a bit during this. See you!