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## Scientific Computing with Python

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1. Lesson 0: Introduction and some general instructions
1 Quiz
2. Lesson1: An Introduction to Python for Scientific Computing
1 Quiz
3. Lesson 2: Using Python in an interactive mode as an advanced calculator
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4. Lesson 3: Working with Strings
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5. Lesson 4: Creating and Saving your Python programs.
6. Lesson 5: Working with Variables
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7. Lesson 6: Data Structures 01 - Lists and Tuples
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8. Lesson 7: Data Structures 02 - Dictionaries
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9. Lesson 8: Working with Python for loops
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10. Lesson 9: The if Statement
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11. Lesson 10: The while loops
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12. Lesson 11: The break statement
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13. Lesson 12: The continue statement.
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14. Lesson 13: Functions, Built-in and User-defined functions
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15. Lesson 14: User-defined functions
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16. Lesson 15: Function arguments – positional and keyword arguments
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17. Lesson 16: Function arguments – pass by value vs pass by reference
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18. Lesson 17: Passing variable number of functions arguments.
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19. Lesson 18: Classes and Objects - An Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
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20. Lesson 19: Class and Object Attributes
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21. Lesson 20: Class Methods
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22. Lesson 21: Class Inheritance
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23. Lesson 22: Objects as Attributes
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24. Lesson 23: Writing and Importing Modules, Part I
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25. Lesson 24: Writing and Importing Modules, Part II
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26. Lesson 25: Scientific Packages – An Introduction to Numpy
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27. Lesson 26: Scientific Packages – An Introduction to Scipy
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28. Lesson 27: Scientific Packages – An Introduction to Matplotlib
1 Quiz
29. Lesson 28: Concluding Remarks
30. Project and Get your Certificate
Lesson 31, Topic 1
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# Lesson 2.3 Compiler flag Copy

In this video, you will learn about the compiler flag.

Assignment 2:
Probe into the use of compiler error warning flags with the following:
• attempt to set an integer variable to the value 3.14
• declare an integer as a constant variable using the keyword const (before the variable name) and attempt to change
this value later in the code.

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