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Unformatted text preview: 13, 3 ­4p in 154 Deschutes CIS 122 Concepts Covered So Far (from Midterm Review) Programming – what, why Computational Thinking, Algorithms, Coding Python IDLE – a Python programming environment Statements (Python commands) Expressions (return a value) Types – values and operations numeric (integer, float) arithmetic operators/precision/order of operations strings string operators string formatting/escape characters/multiline (docstrings) complex types – functions and turtle Variables Assignment Statement Functions Built in functions (e.g., abs, round, pow, int, float, len, help, min, max) User ­defined functions Defining functions Function inputs  ­ Parameters Function output – Return Local variables Calling functions Argument passing Python input (input function) and output (print function) Python modules – turtle, math, and random Turtle graphics (Since the midterm) String methods More data types (values and operations – functions and methods): Boolean Lists Files Python conditionals/selection (if statements) Python repetition (for and while loops, definite and indefinite loops) Intro to user ­defined data types (classes) Good programming style – docstrings, variable names, whitespace, clarity Function design recipe/test ­driven design Testing and debugging Limits of Computation And last but not least, general familiarity with reading and writing simple Python code, including error detection and generating code output....
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