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‘WSQ10’ Articles at TC101 Fall 2015
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This image is similar to an array. It groups things. (I am…

This image is similar to an array. It groups things. (I am tired, sorry). Here is WSQ 10https://github.com/bsolisale/WSQQ/blob/master/WSQ10

WSQ10: Lists

It cost me a little bit of trouble. Here is the link to my code: https://github.com/cortesivan96/WSQs/blob/master/List%20(WSQ10)  


para este WSQ recomiendo accerder a lynda y ver el tutorial de arrys.


I made this WSQ using arrays, that was pretty easy because I asked for a definited number of values (10). …

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#WSQ10 – HOMEWORK – A01631728

I did’nt summit this at time, sorry about that 🙁 Github code: https://github.com/luisduartepalacios/WSQ10/blob/master/WSQ10.cpp


So many items, we might forget something… Using lists with arrays and vectors is quite easy, but here we need to combine that knowledge with our knowledge of functions and mathematics… oh and C++. Almost missed that one. Doing it with arrays was easy, so I wanted to do it with vectors and asked for … Continue reading WSQ10


WSQ10 – Lists

This was hard at the beginning but then I understand everything, it is just something that you need to practice, I used vectors in this one. This video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGyutdso6_c) helped me a lot to understand about vectors. Here is my… Continue Reading →


//WSQ10 List #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main(){ cout<<“¿Cuantos valores quieres en la lista?”<<endl; int TAM; cin>>TAM; cout<<“Dame “<< TAM <<“valores “<<endl; float lista[TAM]; int i; int x; float d=0; float s=0; for (i=0; i<TAM; i++){ cin>> lista[i]; s=s+lista[i]; } cout<<“El total es “<<s<<endl; float p =s/TAM; cout << “El promedio es “<<p<<endl; for […]

WSQ10 – Lists

First time using lists. Here’s the code: And here’s the test of the code:

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).