Alan Richmond

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Hello World 2, in Python 3

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Hello World is the famous minimal introductory program for many programming languages. But as soon as it’s served its purpose, it’s discarded in the dust of history for more exciting things, such as data types or expressions… This is politically incorrect discrimination and must be stopped! This loyal and true didactic program should have the right to…

Number guessing game

The number guessing game incorporates several simple but important elements of elementary programming and is a good candidate for an introductory programming example. If you’ve seen any programming course, you’ve probably seen the “Hello World” program. In Python it’s: print (“Hello World”)This is done to get the student(s) quickly to the point of having successfully installed…

A Quick Introduction to Python 3 Programming

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This Quick Introduction to Python 3 aims to teach you just enough Python, so that you can get started in computer programming! First, you’ll want to install Python 3 or you can use the in-browser Trinket near the bottom of the page – just edit the code directly in there. If you have Python installed, you can…

A Graphical Dice Simulator

This PyGame program simulates the roll of a die (or dice if you prefer). It’s a fairly simple, straightforward thing to do, though it may be worth noting that the spots display is oh-so-slightly clever. Some spots appear in more than one number, e.g. the middle spot is in all the odd numbers, hence the…