Read Chapters 15 through 17 of “Think Python: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist” from http://www.greenteapress.com/thinkPython/html/index.html. Or get the pdf file of the book from the same link.
- Finish running all the examples in Chapters 15 through 19 of “Think Python: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist” by yourself in Python shell interactive command mode or IDLE editor window. Collect all output of your running examples and submit them in one text file named “CSC111-Case4-Examples-YourFirstNameLastname”
- Finish coding the following exercises in Python, run them, and collect the running results into a file named “CSC111-Case4-Exercises-YourFirstNameLastName” and submit it.
- Exercise 16.1
- Exercise 16.2
- Exercise 16.4
- Exercise 16.7
- Exercise 17.2
- Exercise 17.3
- Exercise 17.4
- Exercise 17.7
Note: When you program the exercises you can name them whatever you want, such as ex3-1.py or count-nums.py but the submitted file should provide name of the exercise, source code, and running results.
- Finally, write a summary document named “CSC111-Case4Summary-YourFirstNameLastName” to report what you have learned from this SLP assignment and any other learning experience.