This is called the object oriented programming paradigm. Most of the time you. Data structures are basically just that – they are structures which can hold some . The question now is ‘What Next?’. I would suggest that you tackle this problem.

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We are using Learning Python, second edition, by O’Reilly. It is not a text for beginner without any programming knowledge, and an instructor that should be working in another field.

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They are all procedural oriented but they are small by most peoples standards. Again, thanks for this book. Thank you for having it on the web. I just want to thank you for writing the first book on programming I’ve ever really read.

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Of course, there was no explanation for this arrangement of operators and I fell on my head trying to make sense of what was on the written page.

As I recall it was a most frustrating exercise which I eventually abandoned. Just as computers will not be able to understand a computer word or computer symbol that is outside the syntax for the language being used, a student new to any field will not grasp his subject if he encounters words or symbols for which there are no definitions.

You get a “blue screen” as it were in either case. The solution is simple, though: