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CS 1133: Short Course in Python

Fall 2017

Instructor: Walker White

451 Gates Hall

wmwhite@cs.cornell.edu


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No discussion the first week of class

The first day of class is Friday, August 25th (no meeting Wednesday)
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Optional textbook available online

There is no official textbook for the class, but there is a free PDF that you can use as a reference.
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Course Description

CS 1133: Short Course in Python            Fall, Spring. 2 credits. S-U grades only.
Prerequisite: None

Introduction to the Python programming language. Covers the basic programming constructs of Python, including assignment, conditionals, iteration, functions, object-oriented design, arrays, and vectorized computation. Designed for students who need Python for research or other courses. Does not assume any previous programming experience.

Students who take this course will build an understanding of will understand the basic Python constructs and be able to write simple programs.