Github Installation

Posted by admin at May 27, 2020

Download the Git for Windows installer. Run the installer and follow the steps bellow: Click on “Next”. Click on “Next”. Unless you would like to change the install destination, then click “Browse”.  Select your desired editor. Note: This is entirely up to you, pictured on the right is the choice of Atom, a free editor with built-in […]

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Working with Jupyter Notebook and Python

Posted by admin at April 28, 2020

Jupyter Notebooks provide a balance of jotting down important summary information along with proving a live code development environment where we can write and run python code. working in notebook cells Markdown cells display text in a web page format. Markdown is code that formats the way the cell displays (this cell is Markdown) Code cells contain […]

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Python Quiz set 2 List and tupple

Posted by admin at April 25, 2020

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Linux Partitions and Filesystems

Posted by admin at April 20, 2020

Think of a refrigerator that has multiple shelves that can be used for storing various items. These shelves help you organize the grocery items by shape, size, type, etc. The same concept applies to a filesystem, which is the embodiment of a method of storing and organizing arbitrary collections of data in a human-usable form. Different types […]

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CSS Classes and IDs

Posted by admin at April 18, 2020

Classes and IDs are “attribute selectors”. This means that you can attach style to HTML elements based on that element’s attributes. This empowers you to apply different style to items of the same HTML type. Classes Classes are an HTML attribute that specifies a name for a group of elements on the page. You can […]

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CSS Spacing properties

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CSS provides a great set of tools to help you position the HTML elements on your page. There are two different ways you can define white space: in absolute terms: using an exact number of pixels, and in relative terms: using percentages or ems. Ultimately you will want to use percentages and ems so your […]

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Introduction to Logic: Arguments

Posted by admin at April 16, 2020

In this article, we’ll be looking at the focus or object of logical analysis called arguments. You’ll learn how arguments are structured and the components that make up arguments. In future lessons, you’ll learn how to construct arguments and practice on your own. What is an argument? Every science has a focal point or object […]

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Introduction to Logic

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Skip to main content we’ll look at what logic is and the basic structure of logical analysis. In subsequent modules, we’ll dig deeper into how to construct and analyze arguments and apply logical arguments to critical thinking. What is Logic? Put simply, formal logic is a system of the rules of right reasoning. Logic helps […]

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Algorithms

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Computers are particularly useful because they perform repeatable tasks in a predictable way (even when you’re frustrated with your computer for not doing what you want). When you open a word processor or play a computer game, the computer operates against a set of commands or instructions that a team of programmers wrote and those […]

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Buttons

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Buttons are a key way that your users will interact with your page. Often buttons are a call to action for your user- so you will want them to stand out! When styling a button you aren’t just styling the text, but also the area around it, including the border. By giving them a distinct […]

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