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Weight Loss Calculator Future Date : Python Tutorial: Calculate Number of Days, Weeks, or Months to Reach Specific Goals

Weight Loss Calculator Future Date Video

Weight Loss Calculator Future Date

Python Tutorial: Calculate Number of Days, Weeks, or Months to Reach Specific Goals

Python Tutorial: Calculate Number of Days, Weeks, or Months to Reach Specific Goals

In this Python Programming Tutorial, we will be writing three different scripts to estimate how long it will take to reach certain goals. Our first script will calculate how many months it will take us to pay off a credit card. Our second script will calculate how many weeks it will take to lose a certain amount of weight. And our third script will estimate how long it will take to reach a certain number of subscribers. Let’s get started…

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Python Datetime Tutorial: https://youtu.be/eirjjyP2qcQ

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19 Comments

  1. Thank you Corey; I am happy I took the time and listened to your videos; I just want to thank you and I will continue to support you,
    All the best!

  2. Thank you Corey; I am happy I took the time and listened to your videos; I just want to thank you and I will continue to support you,
    All the best!

  3. Corey you kick ass at teaching and making good videos. Just last night I decided I wanted to get into coding. I've watched many videos that show basics of it- like how to write lines and what to put in the lines for each language. However, even though those are helpful to learn what to input, you're the first to clearly show what the output is. Very satisfying to see the code actually put to work and it really helps me to understand how to apply code to real application. Love your videos. You get right to the point and explain in a very clear and concise manner. Keep it up

  4. How would you make the same programs work, but with a user input for your fixed numbers instead? I keep getting str errors.

  5. Great Video, as always. Thanks a lot!
    Just a minor issue though,
    using the calculations in the video here, the annual interest rate would actually exceed 0.13 per year.
    To convert an annual interest rate to an effective periodic rate (e.g. monthly rate), you don't divide by 12, instead take the 12th root.
    In this case:
    interest_charge = (((interest_rate + 1) ** (1/12)) – 1) * balance

    Thanks again for making brilliant Python lessons!

  6. how do u add a input asking people what there balance, interest rate, and monthly payment is and then calculate it

  7. Hi Corey, I hope you are doing well, I just wanted to check with you, if you have any plan to make some tutorials on python django. Your style of teaching is extremely good.

  8. My output is exposing the code although the results are correct for example
    (datetime.date(2018, 3, 1), 4554.17)
    (datetime.date(2018, 3, 26), 4103.51)
    (datetime.date(2018, 4, 20), 3647.96)
    (datetime.date(2018, 5, 15), 3187.48)
    (datetime.date(2018, 6, 9), 2722.01)
    (datetime.date(2018, 7, 4), 2251.5)
    (datetime.date(2018, 7, 29), 1775.89)
    (datetime.date(2018, 8, 23), 1295.13)
    (datetime.date(2018, 9, 17), 809.16)
    (datetime.date(2018, 10, 12), 317.93)
    (datetime.date(2018, 11, 6), 0)

  9. man i love the way you explain stuff can you please consider doing a tutorial about gui for python like pyqt or Kivy

  10. Is python a great choice for competative programming ? If yes then please cover data structure and algorithm in python also in your channel please. Specially dynamic programming.

  11. Thank you for the outstanding video's Cory.  Very informational and you take the time to explain what and why your doing it that way

  12. Corey Schafer? I have a challenge problem to which I think will be interesting if you have covered on this channel. If you would like to give it a try please reply because my computer science teacher has claim it is Unsolvable

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