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‘#WSQ09’ Articles at TC101 Fall 2015
Introduction to Programming Python and C++

# Fact! You’re reading this.- WSQ09

Hello There, for this WSQ we need the use of a accumulator which multiplies it self and the value can add him self is not much. That’s it and have a nice week. The Source Code flickr photo by Daniel Hoherd https://www.flickr.com/photos/warzauwynn/2794764081/ Some Rights Reserved

# Factorial Calculator

For this task i had to make a program that calculates the factorial of a given number, and of course to create a function. The code i wrote is this: https://github.com/sabaldaba/TC101/blob/master/Wsq09-Factorial The program at the end also gives you the… Continue Reading →

# WSQ09

https://github.com/estebanpinal/WSQ/blob/master/WSQ09

# Factorial …

I had a very har time with this exercise, since at the time I had no idea of how to use loops, later I began to understand how stuff works and stopped getting stuck in things like this, though I still preffer to do things without recursión, because it makes finding mistakes easyer for me.

# WSQ09

You should follow the leader… and multiply yourself times them. Factorials are one of the most fascinating parts of math, but I for one couldn’t wrap my head around how to do a code for this one. Credit to my partner Samantha Rivera for showing me an easy way to do it through recursion. I’ll … Continue reading WSQ09

# WSQ09 – Factorial Calculator

Ken helped me a lot to do this when he explained us in class and with his video… Also with a video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cTP_ls_DLY Here is my code: https://github.com/Andreandc/TC1017/blob/master/WSQ09

# #WSQ09

// Factorial Calculator #include <iostream> using namespace std; int fact (int q, int e, int w) { q = 0; w = 1; cout << “Dame un número positivo ” <<endl; cin >> e; while (q<e) { w = w*(q+1); q = q+1;} cout <<“El factorial de ” << e << ” es “; return […]

# WSQ09 – Factorial Calculator

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

# WSQ09

So this is simple factorial calculator, it was kind of easy to do. This is factorialcalc.py in action!

# Factorial Calculator

#### What should you work on?

Week #12 and more partial exams for you.