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Octavio Rojas’s Articles at TC101 Fall 2015
Introduction to Programming Python and C++

Author Archives: Octavio Rojas

Quizz 11

Sorry for the delay I couldn´t make it work (the euler one)  🙁 Here are my github links: https://github.com/OctavioIRG/TC1017/blob/master/Quiz-cheese/quizz11-1.cpp https://github.com/OctavioIRG/TC1017/blob/master/Quiz-cheese/quizz11.cpp  

Mastery 13

Importation and use of libraries on C++ can be hard or easy. It depends on your OS (operative system). Believe me Windows Users, there is a better world outside and it’s called Linux.

Mastery 26

This is a wordy mastery. Badum tss! Because is about strings… duh 🙂 So let’s start:

Mastery 28

Reading and writing on files. This is a very cool tool to use with c++. The first time I used this I was shocked. How can this order work?! I mean, suddenly this type of assgiments have created in me some sort of extreme curiosity about what’s behind a computer. How does this computer I’m […]

Mastery 26

Creation and use of matrixes. A matrix is a simple array, but in this case the arrays has two dimensions. We had to use this concept to undestand how to perform the imagemagick challenge. For those of you that know spanish(haha just kidding…) there is a cool blog that explains this: https://ronnyml.wordpress.com/2009/07/04/vectores-matrices-y-punteros-en-c/

Mastery 24

Mastery about c++ arrays! An array is very cool way to store information and a cimple way. An array is a series of elements of the same type placed in contiguous memory locations that can be individually referenced by adding an index to a unique identifier. My video: That means that, for example, five values […]

Mastery 21

Recursion and stuff… Welcome to my brand new post. This time I want to show how to use recursion in a very simple function. We already did this in an iterative way and I thought it would be nice to show how to do it in the recursive way. I’m talking about the fibonacci numbers. […]

Mastery 18

  This post is about mastery number 18. The use of nested conditionals. I explained a simple example in the next video but I would also like to share other resources such as tutorialspoint.com’s exlanation of nested conditionals.   My video: Take a look to it. http://www.tutorialspoint.com/cplusplus/cpp_nested_if.htm Another video I watched is about if/else interaction […]

WSQ 16

Here is my code https://github.com/OctavioIRG/TC1017/blob/master/WSQ-s/run.cpp Well I got helped and I read Carlo’s solution. The thing is that my answer should work but i had a little problem with the way my number are added.  


This is a cool WSQ, in fact this was one of my favorites. Why? Because at first it was hard, nevertheless I did it! Honestly, it took me around two hours to finish this WSQ. Any way, here is my code: https://github.com/OctavioIRG/TC1017/commit/a2fc843ad2b3ba057b40c4b2f2becaebdf9f12f5 I thought it would be cool to show the user how the babilonian […]

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).