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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jonathon Whear on Wednesday March 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PHYS 298 at University of Louisville taught by Raymond Chastain in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see Physics in Physics 2 at University of Louisville.

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Date Created: 03/02/16
Whear1 J, Zachary Whear CECS-121-01 3 Assignment Feb 8 , 2016 If/else Statements and Looping structures. The “dice challenge was fairly straight forward, I simple generated two random numbers that were limited between 1 and 6. I then had them added together. The star of the show is the if/else statement. It checks is the result is 7 or 11 and if so it displays that the, “Player Wins!.” Otherwise it makes a smartass response. My main trouble with this assignment was the Boolean algebra, I forgot that I need == instead of a single =. However I had a bug I could not get rid of, it displays, “Player Wins!” twice for some reason. I have no idea what could be wrong in my code. You may want to take a look. This might be because my computer saved a different file from a failed attempt, you might want to try and run the code on your computer. Whear2 The second assignment was simple, I set two integers and then created a while loop. The loop checks if the number is less than 100, if this is true it adds 5 to the number, when it is done it prints, “The program is done”. Whear3 The third assignment was my most challenging yet, it required my fullest attention. First I set my variables, then probed the user for numbers. I then put those numbers into the for loop, in which I misspelled many of them (I need a better naming scheme). Picture on next page. Whear4


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