In this tutorial, I will walk you through a GUI application, that keeps the record of the checked-in and out Chromebook devices. It may be used by the public schools or any one else may alter the code and use it free, if it suits their needs.
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STEM is a big word for almost everybody in the last decade in education. It becomes more and more important in our daily lives that have been shaped pretty much by our children. If you are a teacher, you may be driven by the students you teach.
I’d like to…
Are you ready for creating some custom, open source map for your project? Well, I wasn’t either, however we will start with one tiny step. Let’s get started.
Hi! I have come across to another interesting topic in Python 3, especially in the version 3.6 formatting strings take a new turn.
When you initialize any variable, simply you can use it the strings as formatted to a string value, regardless to its latter data type. For examples:
I have got some takeaways on the current topic related to string chapter.
I had no idea about dynamic typing before starting this online course. I am really glad to learn this topic because it really does make the works easier. Dynamic typing is a way that we can change the type of the variable from integer to string or string to boolean, moreover, we can update the variable type to even integer to float easily.
For example, if you state a variable as x=5, yes it is an integer type. On the next step, you can assign as x = 5.4 then the variable x will be a float type variable in the next step.
There are few different conventional variable names in programming languages, some are to be followed specifically in Python;
Basically, I have started learning from integer and float data types.