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Compsci 06/101, Spring 2011 8.1 Compsci 6/101: PFTW, Feb 28-March 4 Algorithms and Data Structures Sets and how they are used in Python (data structure) Algorithms, solving problems, understanding trade-offs Transforms and modules Transforming data and then untransforming it How do you send a .jpg via … email, text, copy/paste How do you write programs in more than one .py file? Writing code and understanding "costs" Cost of calling a function? It depends! Compsci 06/101, Spring 2011 8.2 Algorithm What, where, when, who, why? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithm From Euclid to Google? Instructions, rules, list task, function, … effective, finite, mechanizable? Choose the best website for 'teaching python' How does this work? How to search a list of strings… Compsci 06/101, Spring 2011 8.3 Programming Equations Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs Niklaus Wirth, old view of programming and compsci
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