Lecture 2: Operators and operands; statements; branching, conditionals, and iteration
Instructors: Prof. Eric Grimson, Prof. John Guttag
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302 Comments on "Lec 2 | MIT 6.00 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming, Fall 2008"
the new IDLE has many new features that are not consistent with these lectures that might create some confusion… so guys you better watch yourselves out… for example (5/2) in the 1.4 shell version gives the number of multiples of 2 that fit in 5… in short it gives the first quotient…. but now in the latest shells, python provides the complete division like (5/2) gives 2.5.. but still these lectures are fantastic…. thanks to MIT OpenCourseWare
has he written any books.
Thankyou for the responseHe is such a great lecturer, and I thought he would be a great writer since he is so great at explaining complex and abstract topics.
He has written many books, here's at list of them from MIT Press: mitpress.mit.edu/contributors/john-v-guttag.
Just a heads up, python no longer supports raw_input( ) stackoverflow.com/questions/5563089/raw-input-function-in-python
Is computer science and programming sustainable?
x = 3*5 and y = 15 will not refer to the same intiger object 15… stop fooling students 😉
damn I love how he switches to surround sound (usually 2 sec late) so we can hear the questions from student,but they speak so quietly it doesn't even matter. basically killing suicider
7:05 you get to see JOHN, OMG HE IS A ACTUAL PERSON
John is like google, an infinite amount of knowledge, yet he isn’t physically tangible!!!!!
definitely love his classes… How i hope i get to see whats in their handout
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