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Here are masteries 11 and 12, about functions, creating them and…

Here are masteries 11 and 12, about functions, creating them and calling them. Enjoy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54p8SYCX8cY

Mastery 11 y 12

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 […]

#MASTERY11

Mastery 11 & 12

If we want to create a function in python we only have to do define the function and the parameters. . Now that we define the function and the parameters now we have to work with it, we put a for, an if, a while or something that we want in the function, for example…

Mastery 11 & 12

If we want to create a function in python we only have to do define the function and the parameters. . Now that we define the function and the parameters now we have to work with it, we put a for, an if, a while or something that we want in the function, for example…

Mastery11 & Mastery12

This post is for mastery points 11 and 12. I created a video explaining how to create a function and then call it later in your code. Believe me it’s really easy. First you should know that a function is a predefined piece of code contained like in a capsule. Each time ou need the […]

Mastery11 & Mastery12

This post is for mastery points 11 and 12. I created a video explaining how to create a function and then call it later in your code. Believe me it’s really easy. First you should know that a function is a predefined piece of code contained like in a capsule. Each time ou need the […]

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).