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Community Journal: Career

  • DaddyK Jun 5, 2023, 11:29 PM
    "Bro… 💆🏽‍♂️"
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  • Knightboat Jun 5, 2023, 8:46 PM
    "Jack’s Python Notes Monday 5th June Calculation and multiplication in Python are referred to as an “expression” Variables cheat sheet Variables are like boxes where you can store information. Example: Imagine a box called score where you can store your game score. You can give a box a name, like "myBox", to remember what's inside. Example: myBox is the name of the box that holds your favorite color. To put something in the box, use the "=" symbol. For example, myBox = 5 means the box now holds the number 5. Example: score = 100 means you put the number 100 in the score box. You can change what's inside the box by assigning a new value. For example, myBox = 10 means you replaced the old value with 10. Example: myBox = "blue" means you changed the value in myBox to the word "blue". Variables can hold different types of things: numbers (like 5), words (like "cat"), and yes/no answers (like True or False). Example: age = 10 (number), pet = "cat" (word), isSunny = True (yes/no answer). To use a variable, just write its name. For example, if myBox holds the number 5, you can do calculations with it like myBox + 3. Example: If score holds 100, you can calculate a new score like newScore = score + 50. You can show the value of a variable using print(). For example, print(myBox) will display the value of myBox on the screen. Example: print(score) will show the value of the score variable on the screen. I hope these examples help clarify how variables work in Python! Let me know if there's anything else you'd like to learn. "
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  • hsantoro Jun 5, 2023, 2:51 PM
    "Soooo close to finishing "
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  • nsanadi Jun 5, 2023, 2:45 PM
    "Back on track"
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