Name: [3253] gasto
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Description: C/C++ and python programmer. Some knowledge of graphic design too. Interested in Game Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Life. Currently studying(by myself)too many things to be worth the mention. Happy to contribute to the 'help-without-compensation-asked' community. I hope every one that r ...

Python set [ID:761] (2/4)

in series: Python from zero.

video tutorial by gasto, added 06/08

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In this short screencast I show the use of the set() built-in function to create sets. Sets contain just one element of its properties, that is how it concentrates on the concept side and not on the quantity.

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19. phokingrod Sat, 04 Sep 2010 21:49

Could you start at level -2? I'm not up to level 0 yet. ie where does one place the program and how do to access the programs. etc.

ASSUME nothing for beginners.


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I am just starting to learn Python and your videos are giving me a great feel for basic data structure. So far I am pretty clear on what a list is and what a set is. Thank you for your valued contribution. I can't wait to learn more!


Hi gasto,

i see your tutorial the first time. I'm looking the first time for python and i found your film very helpful. thanks !


I am actually leaving the comment done on 15 Octuber. It is hilarious! It is so sad though, that that person will probably never learn programming. Good luck to him selling burgers.


14. anonymous Mon, 23 Nov 2009 06:40

Another good video


13. anonymous Thu, 15 Oct 2009 14:56

cant watch this guy anymore ! hes so sloppy and lazy..the guy types something..makes an error goes to refix it and types another error...hell do it like 4 times in a row..is he retarded?!

this guy sux!!!!!


12. anonymous Tue, 04 Aug 2009 23:46

GReat job!


11. anonymous Wed, 15 Jul 2009 17:40

good video/series. very helpful. best instruction Ive found yet.


10. anonymous Tue, 23 Jun 2009 12:12

this is still taking time to get used to i went to python challenge and couldnt get past 2nd lvl so im still learning


9. anonymous Wed, 03 Jun 2009 07:02

good, thank you, I couldn't hear video number one of this set, will have to dig my earphones out, very useful so far tho.

Berni


useful knowledge for a beginner like me, in little time. I like it. :)


7. anonymous Wed, 22 Apr 2009 10:11

thank you for your time. It sparked my curiosity to know more about what can be done with sets.


Hi Sergio, welcome aboard.

This is not a ShowMeDo Club video series. Every Club series has 'Club' icon around the video.

Neither it is a sample of anything, it should be a complete series... over time. Offered to you for free.

Although if you are really interested in watching these free videos, consider joining the Club, as economy dictates that something that does not receive some kid of income is doomed to dissappear.

You might come from a myriad of sites which give you a 'taste' of what is to come if you subscribe. ShowMeDo does not follow that phylosophy. Free videos will remain free forever. You could make your own video tutorial about your area of expertise, and upload it here.

Cheers


Ok now I've seen both first and second video, the primer one was, as you said, just a contact with things the language Python do.

But the second one, is also another contact !

I understood thar you are giving a taste proof, to get our attention and want to by your courses on video !

Ok ! Thats fine. But it would be more atractive for me, if you explicittly have said :

- We are offering you just a sample to make your mind to pay to see our curses on video !


3. anonymous Mon, 12 Jan 2009 17:25

too many mistakes while typing.. volume too low.

Appreciate your effort for making the video


2. anonymous Thu, 28 Aug 2008 16:56

Hey, thanks. I have recently taken up python with interest of making simple AIs and experimenting with genetic algorithms, just for personal pleasure as of now.

My only prior experience have been programing on my Casio calculator. Recently I have been imitaging codes others have done in order to get a feeling for the language, but since these examples did't have any explanations for the commands I used I was fubleing in the dark. Thank you very much, your tutorial really helped me to conect some dots.


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