CS 1110, Week 14 Notes
CS 1110, Week 14 Notes CS 1110-002
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Date Created: 05/06/16
CS 1110 Van Loan and Lee Spring 2016 May 3, 2016 Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) o see ThinkPython chapter 18 o examples used involve playing cards decks vs. hands can do certain things with both but also some methods won’t be shared o def __str__(self) a special method that “pretty prints” o Inheritance in defining a class instead of having “class Child(object)” if you have “class Child(Parent)” the new class (Child) inherits, or is able to use all the methods from the other class (Parent) any method from Parent that is redefined in Child is overridden by the new definition in using Child class, you can use methods defined in the Parent class and apply it (it has been inherited) May 5, 2016 Probability o of a full house in a hand 5 card hand: two of one rank, three of another Data Visualization o how to define a useful class for manipulating (for ex.) sunrise/sunset data o how to graphically display facts about that data using numpy and pyplot pyplot allows you to easily graph numpy arrays within numpy, there’s an array type o you can add, subtract, multiply, divide arrays requires same length 1-dimensional array basics o example of 3 element 1d array: o from numpy import * o x = array([1,2,3]) built in linspace function o can’t be used on a python list, can be used in an numpy array 2d arrays in python o first index, second index in a list of lists, the first indicates the list item and the second indicates the item in the list item in a 2d array, it’s like row and column o A = array ((3,3)) python sets aside a 3 by 3 array space pylab
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