OOP
MIT
Fall 2012
A friend to all is a friend to none. Aristotle
Lecture 10
Practice Counting Loop and Intro to Conditional Loop
We are passing through the most important phase of learning in programming. How rapidly
variables change their values inside l
OOP
MIT
Fall 2012
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. Aristotle
Lecture 09
Practice using Selection & Intro to Repetition
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OOP
MIT
Fall 2012
Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Albert Einstein
Lecture 08
Further Decision Making If & Nested If Statements
In this lesson we will learn how to do decision making using if statements a
OOP
MIT
Fall 2012
Anyone who doesn't take truth seriously in small matters cannot be trusted in large ones either. Albert Einstein
Lecture 07
Decision Making using If Statement(s) & Programming Practice
In this lesson we will learn how to do decision maki
OOP
MIT
Fall 2012
A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. Albert Einstein
Lecture 06
Type of Codes, Errors, More Library Functions and Programs
In this lesson we will discuss type of codes and errors followed by introduction of some mo
OOP
MIT
Fall 2012
Lecture 05
Library Functions and More Variable Types
In this lesson we will learn use of some library functions and some more variable types namely char
and String. Talking specifically with respect to mathematical calculations if we hav
OOP
MIT
Fall 2012
Lecture 04
Print and Variables
In this lesson we will learn some exceptional cases of print statement and use of variables in
programs. Lets start with print statements Before this we have said that whatever you will write in
double quot
Lecture 03
More Operators [Relational, Logical] Programming Practice
In this lesson we will do some programming practice and learn about relational and logical
operators. First we will discuss some necessary things about each program than we will have a
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Lecture 02
Mathematical Expressions
It is hard to make programs without mathematical expressions. Almost every program has some
mathematical expressions and there is the point where programmers have a great margin to do
mistake (what we call logical erro
OOP
Introduction to Programming
MIT Fall 2012
Lecture Note 01
Today it is very hard to find a person who
has not used the computer by any means or
almost impossible to find someone who has
not seen usage of computer, therefore, it is
convenient to define