Introduction to Programming Python and C++

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Mastery 30

Reading and writing files in Python.

 

Mastery 27

About creation and use of dictionaries.

 

Mastery 24

Creation and use of tuples, here’s the video!  

Mastery 25 & 11

I made lots of short videos about masteries, let’s start with this one. I explained some code from this source: http://pythoncentral.io/pythons-range-function-explained/

Mastery 4

Here’s my “code” for mastery number 4! https://github.com/Choza973/Mastery-4/blob/master/MST4.py I will place this video here.

Class Review

Here’s my video for the class review, i had to make it in Spanish since i can express myself better that way.  

Half Quiz 11

Sup’ fellas, i had no luck with the “e” calculation, but here’s the banana thing. I tried with “readlines” or “readline” but readlines won’t work if it’s a list what it is trying to read, and readline would only read 1 line, and i would take a lot of time doing lines of codes for […]

WSQ 13

This is about the Babylonian method of calculating a square root of some number, sorry i did get the code from another source but anyway: First, ask for the value “n” and declare a function. Use the parameter x and eps which is a really small number. “R” is the same value as “x”, a […]

WSQ 12

Blog post for WSQ12 which is Greatest Common Divisor or gcd for short. What i do here is, ask the user for 2 values, declare a function, and then use a loop which then changes the value of “x” to “y” and “y” to the remainder of the division from “x” and “y”, while “y” […]

“WSQ #15”

This is my blog post for WSQ15 which i couldn’t accomplish at all for some reasons. First i tried this: Had to install PIP and then run the commands, didn’t work. Tried with older versions so it compiles easily, NOPE. Downloaded the zip file and decompressed, then ran from Cygwin, guess what? It didn’t work. […]

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).