Archive for May, 2014

  • If you’ve completed all of the tutorial examples in the Zetcode Pyside tutorial, you should be ready to try your own Pyside programs.  Let’s start by adapting one of the […]

    Branching Out On Your Own…

    If you’ve completed all of the tutorial examples in the Zetcode Pyside tutorial, you should be ready to try your own Pyside programs.  Let’s start by adapting one of the […]

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  • Introduction Now that we have explored classes and a bit of the Qt (Pyside) GUI toolkit, it’s time to take a more deliberate approach to Qt.  We’re going to complete the […]

    How Qt Are We?

    Introduction Now that we have explored classes and a bit of the Qt (Pyside) GUI toolkit, it’s time to take a more deliberate approach to Qt.  We’re going to complete the […]

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  • We’re making progress.  You are becoming more comfortable with processing data, storing it in objects, and displaying it in a GUI.  Today we’ll practice those techniques one more time, this […]

    States of Confusion …

    We’re making progress.  You are becoming more comfortable with processing data, storing it in objects, and displaying it in a GUI.  Today we’ll practice those techniques one more time, this […]

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  • The Intro So at this point we have several tools at our disposal for handling complex data in Python, namely classes, which provide us a structure for packaging properties and […]

    Making the Grade…

    The Intro So at this point we have several tools at our disposal for handling complex data in Python, namely classes, which provide us a structure for packaging properties and […]

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  • It’s time to get GUI with our AddressBook object.  There is a file named qttable.py in the HSAPPS N: drive that creates the table shown below with some sample data […]

    The Gooier the Better :)

    It’s time to get GUI with our AddressBook object.  There is a file named qttable.py in the HSAPPS N: drive that creates the table shown below with some sample data […]

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  • Today we are going to implement two more AddressBook methods, printCertainAlpha() (thanks Jordan) and deleteContact().  Here’s a brief reminder of our discussion from class: printCertainAlpha() This function is similar to printContactList(), […]

    Narrowing Our Search…

    Today we are going to implement two more AddressBook methods, printCertainAlpha() (thanks Jordan) and deleteContact().  Here’s a brief reminder of our discussion from class: printCertainAlpha() This function is similar to printContactList(), […]

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  • Methods For Our Madness By now, our address book implementation is beginning to take shape.  You have created a Contact class and an AddressBook class, whose main property is our contactlist list. […]

    Methods For Our Madness :)

    Methods For Our Madness By now, our address book implementation is beginning to take shape.  You have created a Contact class and an AddressBook class, whose main property is our contactlist list. […]

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  • Retrieve the file us-500-2.csv from the HSAPPS H: drive under Data.  Save it to the same location as your AddressBook program. Add the following two methods to your AddressBook class. […]

    Lots of Contacts

    Retrieve the file us-500-2.csv from the HSAPPS H: drive under Data.  Save it to the same location as your AddressBook program. Add the following two methods to your AddressBook class. […]

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  • Today we implemented a bubble sort and are asked to demonstrate our function on two lists, alist and blist.  When you get your code working (due by the end of […]

    Bubbling in …

    Today we implemented a bubble sort and are asked to demonstrate our function on two lists, alist and blist.  When you get your code working (due by the end of […]

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  • Here is the code to test your circle: # Create two points p and q p = Point(3,4) q = Point(-1,-1) # Create a circle at (2,3) with radius 5 […]

    The Circle of Life…

    Here is the code to test your circle: # Create two points p and q p = Point(3,4) q = Point(-1,-1) # Create a circle at (2,3) with radius 5 […]

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