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# CIS 122 Week 1 notes CIS 122

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Intro Prg & Prob Solv >4
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Wilkins D
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CIS 122
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ryan Schulte on Monday January 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CIS 122 at a university taught by Wilkins D in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 31 views.

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Date Created: 01/11/16
CIS 122 Week 1 1/11/16 3:26 PM Mac and PC both use python3 2 main challenges programming - Requires 100% accuracy - Predicting how lines of code will translate into actuality The goal of programming is to use computers to solve problems Python programs have limits, the number limits are equal to the computers memory. If a value is too large you receive an error message saying “OverflowError: result too large” If you write a pound sign the following text is left our of the resulting code but appears when you open the file to edit, its called a comment and its left there for developers to communicate When you write code you define a variable and ask the program to do something to the variable Ex. odd = 1 total = 0 number_of_odds = 3 print(“Total of first n odd numbers”) for count in range(number_of_odds) : total = total + odd odd = odd + 2 *in this case the Variable names are case sensitive Different types of variables: String variables, integer variables, Float variable. Letters that show in python as orange, cannot be used as names of variables as they are part of Pythons vocabulary You cannot subtract two strings In python the percent sign means “remainder” Spaces actually do count as characters when coding. 1/11/16 3:26 PM 1/11/16 3:26 PM

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