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CIDA Spring 2021 Seminar - Denis Willett: Early Pest Detection with the Applied Chemical Ecology Technology Program

Zoom Recording ID: 94133933183 UUID: ErQAwniQTdevm3rcAYUYPA== Meeting Time: 2021-04-12T15:48:30Z Cornell Institute for Digital Agriculture - Spring 2021 Seminar: Digital Agriculture for Sustainable…

From  Gabriela Cestero on April 12th, 2021 3 plays

Lesson 26.2 While-Loop Traces

While-loops can do everything that a for-loop can (and more) but they are much harder to use. That is why, in this video, we talk about how to debug a while-loop before we talk about how to write…

From  Hannah Lee on November 12th, 2020 38 plays

Lesson 16.1 The For-Loop

In this video we introduce a new control-structure: the for-loop. This control structure is specifically designed for processing iterable types like strings, tuples, and lists.

From  Hannah Lee on October 19th, 2020 43 plays

Lesson 14.3 Try-Except and the Stack

The except-portion of an try-except statement is only executed when there is an error/crash. But, as we have seen, errors can occur anywhere in the call stack. In this video we show how try-except…

From  Hannah Lee on October 10th, 2020 21 plays

Lesson 9.7 Conditionals & Local Variables

Python is unlike other languages in that it does not have a traditional notion of scope. You can create a variable inside of conditional, but still access that same variable outside of the…

From  Hannah Lee on September 24th, 2020 9 plays

Lesson 9.5 Conditional Expressions

While there are no more conditional statements, Python does support a conditional expression. In this video we introduce an expression that evalues to something different, depending upon the boolean…

From  Hannah Lee on September 24th, 2020 11 plays

Lesson 9.3 If-Else Statements

In this video we introduce the if-else statement. It is like the if statement, except that you now chose between two options.

From  Hannah Lee on September 24th, 2020 54 plays

Lesson 9.2 If Statements

In this video, we introduce this simplest form of conditional statement, the ifstatement. It allows us to skip over code if we do not wish to execute it.

From  Hannah Lee on September 24th, 2020 51 plays

Lesson 9.1 Program Flow

Most of our code has been what is known as “straight line code”, meaning that it is executed in the order that it is written. But not all code works this way. In this video, we talk about…

From  Hannah Lee on September 24th, 2020 53 plays

CS 6120: Lesson 4: Data Flow

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From  Adrian Sampson on September 19th, 2020 544 plays