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Foundations of Computing

COMP10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: List Comprehension, Mathematical Induction, Elementary Arithmetic

FoundationsofComputing:Summary Notes Contents Chapter One: Weeks 1 and 2....................................................................................................3 Python Basics......................................

Computing and Software Systems
COMP10001
Tim Baldwin
COMP10001 Final: Meaning of mutability and its type
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Meaning of mutability and its type The possibility to change tuple is immutable o >>> a = (4,5,6) o >>> a[1] = 99 o >>> error! list is mutable o >>> ...

Computing and Software Systems
COMP10001
Tim Baldwin, Nic Geard, Marion Zalk
COMP10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Iterator, Tuple
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Iteration Iterable VS. iterator Iterable describes something that could conceptually be accessed element by element Iterator is an actual interface (or an object implementing the interface) allowi...

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COMP10001
Tim Baldwin, Nic Geard, Marion Zalk
COMP10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Round-Off Error
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Variables rules Starts with either an alphabetical letter or underscore _ The rest could be either one or the combination of o numbers o alphabetical letters o undersc...

Computing and Software Systems
COMP10001
Tim Baldwin, Nic Geard, Marion Zalk
COMP10001 Final: INFO.Method list and functions
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1. .format( ) 2. .lower( ) 3. .upper( ) 4. .append( ) 1. It adds the item in the bracket to the end of the list 2. It returns nothing 3. >>> a = [apple, banana, cough] 4. >>> print ( a.append(ideas...

Computing and Software Systems
COMP10001
Tim Baldwin, Nic Geard, Marion Zalk
COMP10001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Public-Key Cryptography, Electronic Voting, Qubit
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Cryptography Wednesday, 6 June 2018 2:01 PM Cryptography: Sending messages that are secret from everyone but the intended recipient Encrypting = sender hides the message for sending Decrypting = receiver unhides and rec...

Computing and Software Systems
COMP10001
Tim Baldwin, Nic Geard, Marion Zalk
COMP10001 - Complete Topic Notes

Foundations of Computing Revision Sheet Variables & Types Variables : Names which values are assigned to Syntax Rules for variable names o First character must be alphabetical or underscore o Following characters can be al...

Computing and Software Systems
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