Read Chapter 8 through Chapter 14 of “Think Python: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist” from
. Or get the pdf file of the book at the same site.
- Finish running all the examples in Chapter 8–14 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-SLP3-Examples-YourFirstNameLastname(BREONN STEPHENS)”
- Finish coding the following exercises in Python, run them and collect the running results into a file named “CSC111-SLP3-Exercises-YourFirstNameLastName(BREONN STEPHENS)” and submit it.
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-SLP3Summary-YourFirstNameLastName” which presents what you have learned from this Case Assignment and any other learning experience.
SLP Assignment Expectations
Your ability to consolidate ideas from the reading material and apply what you have learned to the assignment will be assessed.
Assignment-Driven Criteria (20 points): Demonstrate mastery covering all key elements of the assignment.
Critical Thinking (10 points): Demonstrate mastery conceptualizing the problem. Solution is efficient, and easy to understand and maintain.
Documentation (7 points): Demonstrate clear and effective documentation and comments including descriptions of all variables, program logic, purpose of each function, control structure, input requirements, and output results.
Runtime and Syntax (7 points): Demonstrate mastery and proficiency in program execution with no syntax and run time errors.
Assignment Organization (6 points): Demonstrate mastery and proficiency following the required structure and organization of the assignment.
In order to meet the all the expectations the following work must be finished and submitted with good assignment organization:
Running Examples: Demonstrate that you have finished reading all the required chapters, running all examples in the chapters, and collecting all running results to submit.
Coding Exercises in Python: Demonstrate you have finished programming the exercises requested, running them, and collecting all the results to submit.
Summary Document: Demonstrate mastery of required Python programming statements and ability to conceptualize the problem.
Submit a well-written summary report to share what you have learned and experienced.