Today we’re going to be looking into a Windows application called “Programming Tutorials”. This application helps people understand programming by teaching them through a visual method or a “Do as I do” method. Having various kinds of instructors and different ways of teaching, this application allows for a variety of categories on different kinds of programming languages. For example, Ruby, Python, C++, C#, or even HTML is covered in its own category to make it easier for navigation. So if you are able to learn better through someone teaching you while watching and mimicking their actions, give this application a try. It’s very organized and can be helpful to anyone who is wanting to learn a programming language.
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Finally I decided to look at Microsoft’s application store for something entertaining or just for something to toy around with. I found two things in particular that caught my attention and those two things are Night Lighter, and Browser Quest. Both are games and are pretty simple to understand and play. Both use just the mouse as a controller, but one is more fun than the other. First we are going to take a look into the game “Night lighter” because of the cute flame character for the icon caught my attention first.
Today, we live in the most technologically advanced society that is known to exist. Almost everything is maintained or controlled by some kind of computer. It can be a handheld tablet pc, or a desktop pc that you use within the comfort of your own home. However, even with the most advanced computer system there tends to be a slowdown within the machine which can be caused by a number of reasons. In this article/video I am going to show you 8 different ways you can speed up your machine. Hopefully even you can have a faster machine at the end of all of this. Also, be reasonable. If you’re running an old computer from back in 2004, this would be a time to upgrade. These methods will only work with Windows based machines.
While browsing the internet I found a new type of virus scanning software that acted like a combo fix kind of deal. This scanner was called “Advance System Care” and advance is about right. This is a multi-purpose type of application that not only takes care of just viruses but can also defragment your computer or even check for other variants of harmful applications. It ranked in the top ten on CNET’s top download list and is recommended by other users as well. So seeing this application edged me into downloading it. So after taking the time to install it I began to use it to see what all of the fuss is about, and I won’t lie I was impressed by this software as well.
In todays video we go over the basic principle of the If, elif, and else function in python. The best way to explain this in summary is to say that if one action happens, then this action happens. Elif (Or else that doesn’t end.) this action will happen; else (which is the ending statement) this action happens. Every if has to have an else. With out else the function will not work properly. There is no easy way to explain all this in code unless I show you what it means in code. For example: