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Intro to Computing using Python
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Lee, Van Loan
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Python, CS, Computer Science
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Date Created: 01/19/16
CS 1110 Introduction to Python Lee and Van Loan Spring 2016 January 28, 2016  Assignment Statement and Types o Python’s Interactive Mode: ex.  >>> r = 10  >>> A = 3.14*r**2  >>> print A o Variables, Expression, Assignments  r and A are variables  define variable: a named memory location, like a box, holds a value  define = : assignment statement  variables are used in an expression o expression: evaluated and then stored under assigned variable o ex. 3.14*r**2  order is important  variable must be assigned a value before it is used and evaluated in an expressed o >>> A = 3.14*r**2 o >>> r = 10 o NameError: name ‘r’ is not defined  Assigning is different from “equal to” o >>>3.14*r**2 = A o SyntaxError: can’t assign to an operator  Difference between math and python  Overwriting works  >>> r = 10  >>> A = 3.14*r**2  >>> A = A/2  <variable name> = <expression>  Evaluate right item and store it in left item  Rules of naming variables  Name must be digits, uppercase letters, low care letters and _ (underscore)  Must begin with a letter or _  Expressions: use parentheses if there is ambiguity o Types  Python views numbers as a type  int: integer, integer arithmetic is exact  float: float arithmetic is usually inexact  literals  Int: ex. 12  Float: ex. 12.0  Str: ex. abc  Operations  Int: + - * / unary- ** %  Float: + - * / unary- **  Str: + o Ints and floats  Integers v. decimals and python arithmetic  Integer division: A/B = Q and R (a remainder) o >>> r = x%y o r is printed as a remainder  >>> x = 30  >>> y = 8  >>> q = int(x)/int(y)  >>> print q  3  >>> q = x/y  >>> print q  3  Decimal division: A/B = Q (a decimal)  >>> x = 30  >>> y = 8  >>> q = float (x)/ float (y)  >>> print q  3.75  Clock arithmetic  Float can represent an integer even though it is not an integer type o Strings  Strings: quoted characters  >>> s1 = ‘abc’  >>> s2 = ‘ABC’  >>> s3 = ‘ A B C ‘  s1, s2, s3 are variables  a single character is a string  define subscripting: characters in a string can be referenced through their indices (USE BRACKETS) o >>> s = ‘The Beatles’ o >>> t = s[4] o >>> print t o B  “t is a slice of s” o >>> s = ‘The Beatles’ o >>> t = s[4:8] o >>> print t o Beat o >>> s = ‘The Beatles’ o >>> t = s[4:] o >>> print t o Beatles o >>> s = ‘The Beatles’ o >>> t = s[:4] o >>> print t o The  Concatenation: string analog of addition (unlimited) o >>> s1 = ‘The’ o >>> s2 = ‘Beatles’ o >>> s = s1+s2 o >>> print s o TheBeatles o >>> s1 = ‘The’ o >>> s2 = ‘Beatles’ o >>> s = s1+’ ‘+s2 o >>> print s o The Beatles  Data is provided often in strings and must be converted  >>> s= ‘123.45’  >>> x = 2*float(s)  >>> print x  246.90 February 2, 2016  two modes in python o script vs interactive o code to be run (script) is entered into a file (module) o .py file suffix  Example: windchill calculation o Compute windchill temperature given temperature, wind speed o Define variables and the model, print the result  “ “ “computes wind chill as a function of wind (mph) and temp (Fahrenheit).” “ “  Temp = input(‘Enter temp (Fahrenheit):’) # temperature in Fahrenheit  Wind = inpute(‘Enter wind speed (mph):’) # wind speed in miles-per-hour  A= 35.32; B=.6215; C=-35.74; D.42275; e=.16 # model parameters  wc=(A+B*temp) + (C+D*Temp)*Wind**e # compute and display the wind chill  Print wc o Comments begin with a “#”, guidelines o Docstrings: three quotation marks “”” o To print with formatting  Print ‘ windchild:%4.Of’ [CHECK SLIDES] o Import functions from modules  Ex. sqrt function from math module  From math import sqrt, pi  Practice with demo files  ShowInput.py  ShowRawInput.py  Begin all modules o Name of module (#something.py) o Name and net id (#name netid) o Date (#December 25, 2016)  Conditional execution o If-Else  a=input(‘Enter a pos float:’)  b=input(‘Enter a pos float:’)  aTob=a**b  bToa=b**a  if aTob>bToa: #aTob>bToa is a boolean expression which is either True or False  print aTob  Else:  Print bToa o The punctuation and indentation are essential o You do not need variables, you can have expressions  If boolean expression:  Statements to execute if the expression is True  Else:  Statements to execute if the expression is False February 4, 2016  Conditional execution o Remember, indentation is important  If something isn’t indented, it’s a new statement/task that will be executed o When comparing two expressions to see if they have exactly the same value, use ==  = is an assignment  == is a comparison o < (less than), > (greater than), <= (less than or equal to), >= (greater than or equal to), == (is equal to), != (not equal to)  No spaces  Alphabetical/string comparison:  Comes first in alphabet: <  capital letter is < a lower case letter  0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghij klmnopqrstuvwxyz o If-Elif-Else construction  Elif: “else if”  How it works o An input is evaluated by each condition, until it reaches a comparison that verifies as True o Once a condition is evaluated as True, it stops and executes the statement  If boolean expression:  Statements to execute if this expression is True  Elif another Boolean expression:  Statements to execute if this expression is True  Else:  Statements to execute if all above expressions are False  “Elif”s are unlimited  len function o N = len(string)  N now has been assigned the value of the length of the string  Finding a solution: deriving by stepwise refinement o Reformat the task (use pencil and paper and write out a potential solution in stylized English)  Ex. hyphenator  Read in the string  Compute its length  If the length is even  Hyphenate in the middle  Else  Hyphenate around the middle character o Refine (USE COMMENTS)  h = input (‘Enter a string: ‘)  n = len(s)  If n%2==0:  # s has even length  m = n/2  h = s[:m] + ‘-‘ + s[m:]  Else:  # s has odd length  m = n/2  h = s[:m] + ‘-‘ + s[m] + ‘-‘ + s[m+1:]  Logical operators

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