Throughout this past week, I feel I have been great, but I have been off task a little bit to talk and interact with peers in the class. Although I did get off task a bit, I still did manage to achieve my goal of 85%:
Not only that but throughout my learning I learned about binary and how to use it. The main thing I didn’t learn from the codecademy examples was the different number placements (like 10 is 2, and 01 is 1 and 11 is 3) so I had to ask Mr. Miller, or Loremaster Rellim (wait… what’s Rellim backwards????).
After I got through binary and the basics of it like slides and different commands like ^ and | and &, codecademy had me start working along classes. So far it’s quite easy to learn, but I’m not sure why they define (def ____() ) more than one thing? Why wouldn’t they just have the __init__() only?
class Animal(object): """Makes cute animals.""" is_alive = True health = "good" def __init__(self, name, age): self.name = name self.age = age # Add your method here! def description(self): print self.name print self.age sloth = Animal("John", 10) ocelot = Animal("Frank", 23)
For example in this code, why do they have “def description(self):” as well as def __init__(self, name, age). Why don’t they just have one or the other.
My next goal is to get from 85% to about 92% because now that I’m getting higher up in percentages, the questions are getting harder to answer. Alone getting to 80% was tough, so I’m lowering my standard a little bit by giving myself a little more manageable goals