Archive for the ‘python’ Category

The Computer Science Circles project that I’m working on has a lot of exercises and content, but has not had very much practical information in terms of debugging and design. Today as a partial remedy, I wrote a lesson called Design, Debugging and Donuts and added it to the site. It was an excellent excuse to […]

I am working with a colleague on an instructional programming website. One upcoming lesson is about strings and characters. Back in the day, one of the highlights for me after learning ASC and CHR in Basic was to print out all 256 of the ascii characters. You would see funky things with accents ö, mutant […]