[Courses] Re: [Courses][python]Assignment 2
jcv at hise.org
Tue Aug 6 20:13:53 EST 2002
I know I'm a little slow, but checking in so that you know I am caught up.
This was a perfect assignment to make me actually follow some of the links
(just saved that email before; lazy, lazy me!) and make sure that I had
So far, so good! I think I'm gonna like this!
On Thu, 1 Aug 2002, Sue Stones wrote:
> Well let get into this Python, it has taken me a month to getthings off the
> ground. I am sorry for that , thank-you for your patience. I hope that your
> enthusiasm hasn't waned.
> You will find all the assignment on the courses web page, and you can send
> your answer from there if that suits you. The next assignment will be sent
> as soon as most people have answered this one. So remember if you have
> problems to ask for help.
> Assignment 2: Getting Started
> Now is time to get python installed if you haven't already.
> you can get the latest version from http://www.python.org/
> The python Web site. Read introductory chapters in your chosen
> Work out how to start python. Try entering things
> interactivly. Get python to say hello to the world.
> Write a hello world program (or aome variation) in a file and
> run that. Post this file
> with instructins on how to use it to the mailing list.
> If you have another operating system as well, you could try this on
> other systems too. Post any comments that you have about the differences.
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