477-201 Computer programming (1/59)
477-201 Computer programming (1/59)
- ดร.จันทวรรณ ปิยะวัฒน์ ([email protected]) และ ดร.ธวัชชัย ปิยะวัฒน์
- Concept of programming; algorithm to solve the problem; flowchart, expression and instruction; high-level language syntax, modern programming, testing, debugging, installation and software documentation
- เพื่อให้นักศึกษามีความรู้พื้นฐานทางด้านการเขียนโปรแกรม และสามารถพัฒนาโปรแกรมด้วยภาษา Python ได้
- A required book: http://greenteapress.com/thinkpython2/html/index.h...
- Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/tpiyawat/videos
- Tue & Thur 9.00-10.20 ห้อง FMS3503(COM)
|Week||Topic||Youtube||Step 1 Quizzes 20%||Step 2 Exercises 20%||Step 3 Reflection 10%|
|1||Setup and Running Python and IDE||00||Q1||1.4||สะท้อน|
|1||Values and Types||2.3|
|3||Definitions and usages||6.5|
|3||Flow of execution||6.7|
|3||Parameters and arguments||6.8|
|3||Local and global variables|
|3||Functions that return values|
|4||Iteration and Recursion||04||Q4||7.1||สะท้อน|
|4||The for statement||7.2|
|4||The while statement||7.3|
|5||A string is a sequence||8.11|
|5||Looping and counting||8.8|
|5||The in operator|
|6||Lists (Array)||06||10 all||สะท้อน|
|6||A list is a sequence|
|6||Map, filter, and reduce|
|6||Lists and strings|
|6||Objects and values|
|8||A dictionary is a mapping|
|8||Dictionaries and listso|
|9||A tuple is immutable|
|9||Tuple as return values|
|9||Variable-length argument tuples|
|9||Lists and tuples|
|9||Dictionaries and tuples|
|9||Sequences of sequences|
|10||Reading and writing|
|10||Filenames and paths|
|13||Python syntactic tools||19||สะท้อน|
|13||any and all|
|13||Gathering keyword args|
|14||Introduction to GUI Programming with wxPython|
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