Python language: Data structures and functions (session 8)
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Python language: Data structures and functions (session 8)

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Python language: Data structuresand functionsThe FOSSEE GroupDepartment of Aerospace EngineeringIIT Bombay1 May, 2010Day 2, Session 2FOSSEE Team (IIT Bombay) Basic Python 1 / 40Outline1 Control flowBasic LoopingExercises2 Data structuresListsTuplesDictionariesSets3 FunctionsFOSSEE Team (IIT Bombay) Basic Python 2 / 40Control flowOutline1 Control flowBasic LoopingExercises2 Data structuresListsTuplesDictionariesSets3 FunctionsFOSSEE Team (IIT Bombay) Basic Python 3 / 40Control flow Basic LoopingOutline1 Control flowBasic LoopingExercises2 Data structuresListsTuplesDictionariesSets3 FunctionsFOSSEE Team (IIT Bombay) Basic Python 4 / 40Control flow Basic LoopingwhileExample: Fibonacci seriesSum of previous two elements defines the nextIn []: a, b = 0, 1In []: while b < 10:...: print b, a, b = b, a + b...:1 1 2 3 5 8FOSSEE Team (IIT Bombay) Basic Python 5 / 40Control flow Basic Loopingrange()range([start,] stop[, step])range() returns a list of integersThestart and thestep arguments are optionalstop is not included in the listDocumentation conventionAnything within[] is optionalNothing to do with Python.FOSSEE Team (IIT Bombay) Basic Python 6 / 40Control flow Basic Loopingfor . . .range()Example: print squares of first5 numbersIn []: for i in range(5):....: print i, i i*....:0 01 12 43 94 16FOSSEE Team (IIT Bombay) Basic Python 7 / 40Control flow Basic Loopingfor . . .range()Example: print squares of odd ...

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Publié le 27 juin 2011
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