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drag04’s Articles at TC101 Fall 2015, Page 2
Introduction to Programming Python and C++

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Mastery #4 – Submit work via Blog RSS and GitHub

Here’s my video of me explaining mastery #4. Enjoy.

Mastery #3 – Create accounts: Blog, Twitter, GitHub

Here’s my video of me explaining mastery #3. Enjoy.

Mastery #2 – Ability to create Python project in IDE and run inside the IDE

Here’s my video of me explaining mastery #2. Enjoy.

WSQ14 – Estimating e

It was nice to see that python has a functionality with decimals, and significant figures. It took me a bit, but compared to the Yo Soy 196 this WSQ was fairly simple. Here’s my code: https://github.com/Dragv/wsq14/tree/master

Quiz 11

Barely made it but I made it! Just real quick. I had a pretty hard time with the first only because I hate sequences and just can’t get my head around them.  But after like 2 hours I finally did it. Anyways, here’s the github link to my codes: https://github.com/Dragv/Quiz11/tree/master

Bonus Quiz

So, here’s the screenshot that proves that I did the ECOS. Honestly it was really fast, and it was kind of interesting. It made me reflect and actually think about the things that I like or I don’t like from a class. It was super quick to so it was no problem.

WSQ10 – Lists

First time using lists. Here’s the code: And here’s the test of the code:

WSQ09 – Factorial Calculator

Made a factorial calculator using a loop. Here’s the code: And here’s the test run:

WSQ 8 – On To Functions

Working with functions. Here’s the code: And the test of the code:

Masteries 11 and 12 – Creating Python functions and calling Python functions

Functions… Functions are cool. They really are. You know when you have a math or physics exam and you have to do the same procedure in your calculator for each problem again, and again? Isn’t it annoying or tedious? It really is. That happens too in programming. You don’t want your code to end up […]

What should you work on?

Week #12 and more partial exams for you.

For this week's readings:
C++ (TC1017) should either be looking at support for your project, ImageMagick C++ libraries are a good start.
Python (TC1014) should be finishing chapter 11 (Dictionaries).