About Discrete Mathematics is probably the most fundamental mathematics in Computer Science. Skilled programmers and software designers should be fluent in this mathematics, possibly over Calculus, as the number of applications of subjects in the field of Discrete Mathematics exceed those of Calculus, with respect to Computer Science. This is a course I highly recommend […]
Setting Up If you have a Mac, you are already good to go. All you have to do is open up Terminal, and type Python. After typing Python, you should see the following screen. If you use Windows, all you need to do is go to the Python website, go to downloads, and download the […]
Understanding Data Types is a necessity to be learned whenever learning a programming language. As stated in this tutorial, there are 6 major data types. But we’ll cover only 4 of them; Double, Float, Int, and Char. Id, Boolean and String are somewhat higher concepts, so we’ll work with them later on. So, without further ado, […]
Floats can do what Ints cannot because Ints are stupid…Just kidding. People prefer Ints because “they use less memory.” Most computers nowadays can handle all of the floats so it wouldn’t be much of a problem to outsource the Ints’ job to the floats. What’s a Float? A Float is a number than can hold […]
What’s A Double? Doubles are variables that have an increased storage capacity. They use up twice as much memory as a float, but our computer being the way they are, it really doesn’t make much of a difference. When performing functions such as Logarithms and Square Roots, you have to use a Double because Floats […]
CSS Desk allows you to incorporate HTML and CSS simultaneously in an online editor. This allows you to test out your ideas without the need for uploading them of the tedious process of dragging and dropping files from the Hard Drive onto the Window (sarcasm). CSS Desk is a very cool website. It works like […]
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