lec-9-28

lec-9-28 - Assignment First program due tomorrow night The...

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1 ECS 10 9/28 Assignment ± First program due tomorrow night. ± The tricky part: how can you avoid using the digits 1,2,3 and just use the digit 4? But your program is supposed to print 1,2 and 3? ± Using just the print statement. ± Why? To show that there are lots of ways to write a program that does the same thing. Submission ± SmartSite should now be configured properly to accept programs. ± Submit as attachment. ± Once you click submit you cannot re submit Once you click submit, you cannot re-submit. The print statement ± Prints things. ± Can print text given in quotes: ± “Take me to your leader.” is a string . Strings are green in IDLE (on Windows). Strings in English Programming jargon ± This is a statement . ± print is a Python command . ± “Take me to your leader” is a string ± “9/7” is also a string, because it’s in quotes ± “9/7” is treated as a piece of text, Python does not do arithmetic.
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2 The print statement ± You can also print numbers, and use arithmetic.
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2010 for the course ECS 10 taught by Professor Amenta during the Spring '07 term at UC Davis.

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