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VIDEOLEZIONI DEL CORSO DI FONDAMENTI DI PROGRAMMAZIONE AA20-21

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PROGRAMMING UNIT 1'S SLIDES OF 15TH OCTOBER

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Ciampricotti (900 points)
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asked Oct 15, 2021 in News by Ciampricotti (900 points)
Hi everyone! Where can I find the slides of today's lesson of programming Unit 1, because  I haven't found them in the drive shared by the professors. Thanks in advance to everyone that'll answer me!
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Luigi Pizza (6120 points)
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answered Oct 16, 2021 by Luigi Pizza (6,120 points)
selected Oct 18, 2021 by Ciampricotti
The slides we have seen yesterday weren't all new. We did from slide 23 to 35 of the presentation "Programming - 03 - ...". We started from variables and arrays and arrived to the control structures of code (I have these topics in my notes). prof. Mancini did show us a new presentation with lists, tuples, etc. but, as far as I remember we didn't go over many slides. I'm sure he will post them soon.
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Ciampricotti (900 points)
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commented Oct 16, 2021 by Ciampricotti (900 points)
Yes, maybe he is waiting to conclude all the topics in those slides and then he'll post them. Thanks for your answer, Luigi!
mauman (880 points)
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commented Oct 17, 2021 by mauman (880 points)
hi,

yes, I do not have many slides for that part, in any case, you can find them in the shared folder on google drive.

As for the other topics, you should use online and recommended resources, besides the slides, to have a complete overview of lists and for loops.

But the fundamental thing you have to do, as always, is to experiment with them by writing code!

Maurizio
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Ciampricotti (900 points)
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commented Oct 18, 2021 by Ciampricotti (900 points)
Good evening, professor! Thanks for your answer! Yes, the online materials (in particular those suggested by you and my collegues on this website in this link https://q2a.di.uniroma1.it/22085/online-resources-for-learning-python?course=advices/programming-ay21-22) and, of course, the exercises themselves are incredibly useful to fix some concepts!

Have a nice day and see you tomorrow!
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answered Oct 16, 2021 by Annafabia (2,050 points)
he hasn't posted the slides  yet
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Ciampricotti (900 points)
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commented Oct 16, 2021 by Ciampricotti (900 points)
Yes, thanks for your answer!