Introduction to Programming Python and C++

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Bonus points: Video review of class

So, this is the en I guess. It was really nice to meet you Ken, you’re a great teacher and you’re always available for any question or problem about the class, still, I hope not to see you next semester if you know what I mean jajajaja Here’s the final link to my video on … Continue reading Bonus points: Video review of class

#WSQ11

I really couldn’t do this by myself, so I asked a friend to pleas explained to me her code, I still can’t understand it that well but there was an attempt you know… Here’s the code.

Masteries 19 and 20

Well I think this will be the two last masteries I’ll upload, I really hope to get the full credit for the masteries section I think I did well on every post, anyhow, here’s the video of Masteries 19 and 20 about while and for loops which for me… are basically the same.

UPGRADING!!!

Well since I can’t see how many points am I getting for my work, because I on my grade profile it keeps appearing “No Data” I’ll try to Upgrade all the written masteries I had. I’ll work until 8, after that I’m done with Programming y que sea lo que Dios quiera. Cheers

Masteries 11 & 12 (upgraded)

Here’s the video on how to create and call functions.

Mastery 13

Importing and using C++ libraries Here I used the C++ library from ImageMagick because I had a fresh concept about how to do it. Here’s the cheers. Video!

Mastery 26

Creation and use of Matrix, since matrix is practically an agroupation of many vectors it is easy to understand.
you need to create colums and rows because they are multidimensional functions.

Mastery 21

Use of recursion for repetitive algorithms. Recursion is used as an alternative way instead of using for and while loops. Here’s the video.

Mastery 2

Ability to create C++ project in IDE and run inside IDE Too easy, it can not come out wrong. Here’s the video

Mastery 6

For this mastery I didn’t wanted to really do the process because it would screw my laptop even more, but for the installation of Linux in a computer there are three ways which are: Starting from an external drive, using a Virtual Machine or using BootCamp. These three I’ll explain them for Mac exclusively, though … Continue reading Mastery 6

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).