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

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Bonus Point (Goodbye TC101)

Well.. everything has its time, and by now its time to finish with this class (unless you fail) . This is probably my final blog post for #TC101, so far the best class I took this semester. I want to… Continue Reading →

Final final project post

HERE IT IS!! AFTER A HUNDRED YEARS!! Finally, my project is finished, of course with some help but, who didn’t need it? In the code were 2 functions, one for grayscale and the other for scale (1/2); What the grayscale… Continue Reading →

Recursion and Loops

Here is my video tutorial about recursion and when to use what kind of loop:

C++ Coding Conventions and Strings

Here’s my video explanation about coding conventions: And my video explanation for creation and use of strings

#WSQ11 Yo Soy 666

This WSQ… well, it has its reserved place in hell between Hitler and Justin Bieber. Here is my faulty attempt: 666TheNumberOfThePriest  

#WSQ17 SciLastONE

When I first read “download and “play with” SciLab” I really though it was a game… But I wasn’t disappointed when I saw it was a Software just like Matlab, but with the difference that this is compatible with MacOSX…. Continue Reading →


This WSQ was a little difficult because there were some new stuff you had to find out how to do and some libraries to use and the functions you use:  <fstream>(1) ifstream file(example): It opens and reads the file. file.close():… Continue Reading →

#WSQ15 Final Dash

Well… not so much to say. Ken planned this WSQ so we did it a month before the deadline. And here we are, just a day ahead. But hey! Viva México! Ok so… my plans… I’ve been working on my… Continue Reading →

#WSQ14 calculating e

This task was not exactly easy because there were different ways to understand the instructions. What I did in my code was to give the number of iterations I wanted to do (of course as the number was bigger, the result… Continue Reading →

#WSQ13 Babylonian Method

This WSQ was just like the previous one, you just had to follow an algorithm, in this case just wikipeding “Babylonian method”, and then there was something about methods to calculate square roots. There was nothing in this WSQ that… Continue Reading →

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).