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‘#mastery11’ Articles at TC101 Fall 2015
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If you want to call a function in Python you need to write the name of the function and its argument/s you want to use.
This is an example:

You will define your function with the arguments and then you will evaluate it adding the value of the argument…

Masteries 11 & 12 (upgraded)

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

Mastery 11 y 12

Create and call functions Python3

Hi this video will show you how to create and call functions inside Python3:
Hope enjoy! 🙂

Calling Python functions and Creating Python functions

Here are the Mastery 11 and 12 here is the lick to youtube https://youtu.be/sfh1iAbWb3U  

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 11 y 12

Calling C++ functions
Creating C++ functions

Here is the link to my video:

Masteries 11 and 12

So this is veeeery easy it’s about creating functions and then calling them on a code for this we’re going to have to start by defining that a function can be called however you want and it can contain a lot of specifications. Here’s an example of a function called sum which adds two given … Continue reading Masteries 11 and 12

Masteries 11 & 12

Calling C++ functions
Creating C++ functions

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).