In this series, we cover some basic Python numerical operators with precise numbers (int and float). This is a small part of a numpy series and by the end of this tutorial, you’ll be able to solve some basic sums from your console or IDE(highly recommend).
Operators for arithmetic sums: addition, subtraction, division and floor division
a = 3
b = 2
The division quotient above returns a value of .1f (one decimal point) which is represented as
Floor division: makes the division and rounds off the…
Programming in python can be a surprisingly handy tool to boost any skill stack, from performing tedious calculations to generating performance reports. In this series, we’ll condense and go thru’ handling string data. If you fancy a challenging task, hop on the py-bandwagon and start with a suitable IDE.
An IDE or integrated development environment and learning environment provide the interactive shell that compiles code through a basic graphical user interface. Without emphasizing enough, there are various IDEs and code editor plugins that can make programming easier.
In basic string methods, we went about ways to wrangle the types of string data and how
(+ and ,) operators. In an ideal situation, string-ifying doesn’t have to be merely mechanical process. This snippet will show how nested data structures go better with f-string functions.
str.format() — plain and simple
A familiar approach to fill out string data is with plain formatting. The
str.format(strvalue1, strvalue2) specify values as arguments. Formatting strings makes placeholder values more flexible while keeping string values fixed.
>>>model_no = “version number”
>>>quantity = 2
If your teaching resources include HTML-based script such as formulas, this tutorial will show you how to easily tabulate content with the list of widget components from Jupyter notebook module — ipywidgets and deploy using Voilà and ngrok.
In this tutorial, you will be able to apply and share an elementary-level assessment quiz app that allows user to get interactions with a single click. The examples below include multiple-option, input, diagrams, formulas and answer key functions.
widgets, Layout, Box, GridspecLayout
Create a basic mcq widget function:
Assign and specify the variables within the ‘multipleChoice_widget’ function with the question…
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