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CIS 15 - Cloud Programming in Python (Shared screen with speaker view)
Carter Frost
14:17
Woof Woof Luigi
Kyle Bruder
35:01
same
Jacob Rosen
35:01
same
Neil Routley
35:02
same
L. Donovan Conley
35:05
same
Fergus Gunter
35:07
&^
Darren Churchill
35:07
same
Marcos Della
35:11
sameo
Jonathan Muniz
35:12
same
Carter Frost
38:21
char type?
Dani Latta
50:14
is that not a thing anymore?
Carter Frost
52:25
Its a like a clock is %12
Carter Frost
52:49
+1
Dani Latta
56:07
Programming is typing. We knew what we signed up for
Marcos Della
56:40
I was wrking on my google assistant interface to write my code from what I think I'm saying. Too lazy for typing
Carter Frost
59:20
open an old program and try to make sence of it
Carter Frost
59:30
me!
Kyle Bruder
59:32
you
Dani Latta
59:33
you
Marcos Della
59:35
myself
Cameron Kochan
59:36
me
Samuel Gibson
59:36
Myself
Darren Churchill
59:38
me
Hans Leuthold
59:38
myself
Dani Latta
59:42
and Linux Torvalds
Marcos Della
59:43
my codfe review team
Neil Routley
59:44
me myself and I
Fergus Gunter
59:45
Mike
Brian Velasquez
59:50
you
Takashi Tamasu
59:55
other programmers
Dani Latta
01:00:06
Theo de Raadt
Fergus Gunter
01:00:13
whooowheee
Marcos Della
01:00:23
me, my code review team, the person taking over my code when I leave the company, the person 10 years later bug fixing my code
Marcos Della
01:01:24
http://sources.ru/pascal/ansi/ansiview.htm (code I wrote about 28 years ago...) with comments :-)
Jacob Rosen
01:32:18
question about cloud9 ide: is there a quick way to jump outside of the automatically generated end )?
Takashi Tamasu
01:33:30
how about the equatio that uses modulus does it work wiht floating point?
Darren Churchill
01:34:05
Ctrl e
Samuel Gibson
01:34:21
What takes to you to the end of the line?
Darren Churchill
01:34:44
oh it works on my mac
Darren Churchill
01:35:07
ok
Marcos Della
02:01:07
print ("I'm ",done,"/",tasks," complete")
Jacob Rosen
02:01:16
print ("I'm ", done, "/", tasks, " complete")
Christopher Jacobs
02:02:29
print ("I'm" + %d / %d + "complete" % (4, 10))
Christopher Jacobs
02:03:12
it might need %r
Christopher Jacobs
02:03:17
oh
Takashi Tamasu
02:03:25
print ("I'm "+done + " / " + tasks+ " complete")
Kyle Bruder
02:03:47
print ("I'm 4 / 10 complete")
Jacob Rosen
02:04:21
printf ("I'm %d/%d complete", done, tasks)
Christopher Jacobs
02:39:48
So no need for arrays?
Christopher Jacobs
02:43:50
Thats so nice
Christopher Jacobs
02:58:28
So if that key doesn't exist it'll automatically append?