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CRP 3555-5555 Environmental Impact Review (2021FA)

Zoom Recording ID: 99993772089 UUID: ZbscRr1WRQSc8gjScFXsQw== Meeting Time: 2021-09-08T13:24:58Z

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Acumatica Weekly Check In Meeting, June 24, 2021

For this week, learn how to fix payment applied to a wrong invoice, add or remove a link in File Maintenance, reclassify an Expense or Revenue account in a Journal Transaction, run the new STOP8…

From  Rhodora Seymour 25 plays

Acumatica Weekly Check in, February 25, 2021

Walkthrough of Year End Closing and Reporting, Year End Checklist, Use of Screen IDs for Searching, Extending Columns for Descriptions, Navigating Searches, and Voiding Deposits, Payments and…

From  Rhodora Seymour 18 plays

Lesson 29.4 The yield Statement

While generators are coroutines, the communication only goes one way: from the child to the calling parent. In this video we show how to reverse this communication, passing down information from the…

From  Hannah Lee 54 plays

Lesson 28.5 Generator Design

Now that we know how generators work, it is time to write our own. In this video we show how easy it is. We just take out experience with the accumulator pattern and replace the accumulator with a…

From  Hannah Lee 47 plays

Lesson 28.4 Generator Visualization

Generators look like normal functions, but they do not behave like them. In this video we show how to visualize them, using the Python Tutor.

From  Hannah Lee 47 plays

Lesson 28.3 The yield Statement

Making iterator classes is hard. In this video, we show an alternative, allowing us to write the iterator as a ‘function”. This requires the addition of a new python statement, the yield…

From  Hannah Lee 47 plays

CCOB Defining Your Career Mantra 11/17/2020

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Lesson 26.1 The While-Loop

In this video we talk about the while-loop and explain why it is necessary. In particular, there are types of iteration that are not possible with the for-loop.

From  Hannah Lee 61 plays

Lesson 25.4 The raise Statement

Up until now, the only way that we knew how to create an error is with an assert statement. But these always create errors with the type AssertionError. In this video we show how to create errors…

From  Hannah Lee 55 plays

Lesson 25.2 Error-Specific Recovery

In this video we show how to use the error type to give you more control over a try-except statement. You can chose to recover from some errors, while completely ignoring other errors.

From  Hannah Lee 57 plays

Lesson 24.2 The isinstance Function

In this video, we show that we can solve the problem of strict typing by using the isinstance function. This function will be our preferred way for enforcing preconditions going forward.

From  Hannah Lee 53 plays

Lesson 21.6 Immutable Attributes

Getters and setters have another advantage in that they allow us to completely disable to any changes to an attribute. This allows us to separate attributes into mutable and immutable attributes,…

From  Hannah Lee 71 plays

Lesson 20.9 Optional Arguments

Unlike other programming languages, a Python class has only one constructor, If we want to give the user more flexibility when creating objects, we should make certain arguments optional. In this…

From  Hannah Lee 64 plays

Lesson 20.6 Method Visualization

Methods definitions look just like function definitions, but we call them differently. In this video we show how to visualize a method call, and we see just how it differs from a function call.

From  Hannah Lee 68 plays