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CIS 15 - Cloud Programming in Python (Shared screen with speaker view)
Fergus Gunter
23:58
hi mike
Takashi Tamasu
24:06
don't know where "raise hand " but done that
Fergus Gunter
24:37
why do you ahve us raise hand?
Carter Frost
25:07
to let him know we have done roll call.
Fergus Gunter
25:40
meh
Fergus Gunter
25:44
a little bit
Fergus Gunter
25:54
can you go over the syntax and form?
Takashi Tamasu
25:58
ya but it is wierd
Fergus Gunter
25:59
for classy classes
Fergus Gunter
26:59
can eathing mashed potatoes be an assignment?
Fergus Gunter
30:14
call count is a member varaible local to the class right?
Tasha Bales
30:44
Is "call_count" an attribute or a param? I'm a bit fuzzy on those.
Tasha Bales
31:19
Param is input to function, but not sure about attribute.
Fergus Gunter
32:22
can you scroll up where you define 'b'
Fergus Gunter
33:12
b & c are objects of type BlogEntry
Jacob Rosen
33:21
hass
Fergus Gunter
33:21
:)
Fergus Gunter
34:59
what does super() do?
Jacob Rosen
36:53
he hasn't really gone over inheritance yet, but super is "up one level" of the inheritance chain, so using super.methodName() in Duck would be referring to Animal's methodName()
Jacob Rosen
37:03
Animal is considered the superclass in relation to Duck
Fergus Gunter
37:15
does taht work with lists and dicts too?
Fergus Gunter
37:35
cool
Fergus Gunter
39:39
all my lost points make sense now
Fergus Gunter
39:49
'''' MIKE SUCKS '''
Jacob Rosen
39:57
is there any major differences between docstrings in python and javadoc?
Fergus Gunter
40:01
:(|
Carter Frost
40:17
before and after
Carter Frost
40:34
def of class and methods
Jacob Rosen
41:40
i'm not really sure i understand what you mean by "python doesn't need an extra tool" because java does it automatically without the need of an extra tool
Fergus Gunter
44:08
peasant class
Fergus Gunter
44:50
so Duck is a child class to Animal
Jacob Rosen
44:57
yes
Fergus Gunter
44:59
the super() points @ the animals
Jacob Rosen
45:02
yes
Fergus Gunter
45:12
and it hinertis the self.legs local varialbe
Fergus Gunter
45:32
Duck(Animal)
Fergus Gunter
45:55
Mike'sKid(Michael)
Fergus Gunter
46:37
Is there a grandparent class
Jacob Rosen
48:04
can a class inherit from more than one class?
Jacob Rosen
51:07
so much for classes are upper case conventions
Carter Frost
52:02
but we could define something like object2 that doesnt inhert from object and then inhert from object2
Carter Frost
52:45
like if we wanted a lighter object for an inbeded system and felt like redefining the wheel?
Carter Frost
53:34
no sacred cows
Fergus Gunter
54:49
Does everything being an object mean that you can assigne private variables to it?
Carter Frost
55:04
no privates in python
Fergus Gunter
55:15
'member'
Fergus Gunter
55:39
so object is just super open to being everything
Fergus Gunter
55:47
its the least typist type
Fergus Gunter
55:48
?
Jacob Rosen
56:17
objects don't want to be anything else but anything else can be an object so it's actually the other way around
Jacob Rosen
56:21
object is the most typist type
Fergus Gunter
57:09
EVERYTHING = TYPE(OBJECT)
Fergus Gunter
57:16
OBJECT =(NOTHING)4
Fergus Gunter
01:02:10
thats smart
Fergus Gunter
01:04:19
is self a magic word?
Fergus Gunter
01:04:40
yikes
Carter Frost
01:04:51
decapods (e.g., crabs) have 10 legs.
Fergus Gunter
01:04:59
ah
Fergus Gunter
01:05:12
self refers to the member variables?
Fergus Gunter
01:05:18
roger
Jacob Rosen
01:05:20
self refers to itself
Fergus Gunter
01:05:21
k
Jacob Rosen
01:05:22
like this in java
Jacob Rosen
01:05:24
or c++
Carter Frost
01:06:42
aragog
Carter Frost
01:13:33
does Super() only refer to the direct parent not it the parent's parent?
Jacob Rosen
01:18:30
what's the point of a getter if python doesn't have private variables?
Fergus Gunter
01:24:18
so thats just precedent
Fergus Gunter
01:24:21
not magic
Carter Frost
02:15:47
gross collecting passwords
Carter Frost
02:25:06
if we cared https?
Carter Frost
02:25:57
Does the browser create the id or the server?
Carter Frost
02:58:06
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