November 11th, 2003, 12:57 PM
hey care to help out a newbie on an idea on what to code.. hehe i want to learn more of python but.. i have no idea on what to code.. to test my skills hehe so how about it.. care to help out a newbie.. tell me what to code be my guid i know it sounds stupid.. but it is one of my problem that i need to over come... once i know enough i never know what to code after words.. hehe happends on c as well
November 11th, 2003, 04:03 PM
Gosh i'm so proud hehe .. i'd be happy to help out! I do know what you mean, i'm forever starting projects and not finishing them once i've learned all i can.
Anyway i've been thinking about creating a web based diary/calender system which will have member login/signup, email alerts etc. but i'm already working on a gallery program at the moment so i havn't taken this any further than the idea stage
In theory this should teach you:
1. CGI or another suck systems like mod_python
2. Databases (*SQL although you could use others)
3. How to deal with times and dates in Python (pretty handy)
4. Form handeling, cookies, regex etc.
5. Security on the web.
6. Some web design skills like graphics , CSS, HTML etc.
7. Apache setup.
8. Hopefully more, it depends how far you want to take it
It seems like a good project and covers alot of different ground so if your intersted go for it and i'll give you all the help you need .. if not maybe we can think of something you'd find more intersting?
November 11th, 2003, 04:25 PM
well as you can see i already know
php,mysql,css,html,alittle c, alittle cgi ( hate it )
apache is easy, im not a good web designer ,
im great at security , mod_python hmm never heard of it
perl i know some .... but, what i want to do ... is maybe create
something in python that will help me better my skills then i will
i can go back to c what im looking for is someone that will
help me learn and maybe create some project's in time i think it
would be a great idea, specially for someone who knows what
he/she is doing like your self anyways.. if ya have aim or msn
or etc.. i would be glad to chat.. heh i do need the python help
anyways hehe im still tring to convert a .py file to exe.. heh i
know i will get it in time.. just want to keep on learning
November 11th, 2003, 05:03 PM
Yeah i hear ya there X, so what kinds of things are you intrested in doing? What direction are you wanting too take your skills?
Myself i know:
I don't have AOL but i've added you on my Yahoo addy, you can add me too you MSN too if you want.. 'calorics at hotmail dot com' i don't use my netytan addy for messangers.
November 12th, 2003, 10:13 AM
here are a few
1) write a script that will look for a file in a specified folder. if you specify C:/, it will look for the filename somewhere in that C drive. if you want to be fancy, you can make the script pull up all files with a certain extension, etc.
2) if you want to mess with GUI's, it'd be pretty fun to write something like a Minesweeper game. I did this in java before, it's pretty fun (I bet it'd be more fun in python). if you want to be fancy, give it a timer and allow keeping like best scored or something.
3) write a calculator script that will take an expression like this:
1+3-4*8+2/5+4-(8-1) and evaluate it correctly with the proper operation priorities (ie mult and div before add and minus). if you want to get fancy, allow variable assigment (ie. a=8)
4) write a script that will take a word and pull up the definition(s) from dictionary.com. you'll need to look through the html of the pages returned to be able to programmatically locate the html section that you want.
these are pretty fun
November 12th, 2003, 12:29 PM
Re: here are a few
Quick and dirty 2 liner that allows expression evaluation
exp = input("Enter an expression: ")
print "Result = ", exp
Up the Irons
What Would Jimi Do? Smash amps. Burn guitar. Take the groupies home.
"Death Before Dishonour, my Friends!!" - Bruce D ickinson, Iron Maiden Aug 20, 2005 @ OzzFest
Down with Sharon Osbourne
"I wouldn't hire a butcher to fix my car. I also wouldn't hire a marketing firm to build my website." - Nilpo
November 12th, 2003, 01:35 PM
dang, that's... awesome, but kinda not.
nevermind that one then
oh, how about a script that translates a string into piglatin?
November 12th, 2003, 03:13 PM
You might find this thread interesting.. it's just a collection of code snippets including a few calculator scripts (one by me).. plus a post by strike which explains how to delete everything on your computer though eval() , yes i was shocked too!
November 12th, 2003, 03:19 PM
thanx for the ideas, im sure.. that i can code anything in python, but not in Tkinter yet =) now.. i read a bit in socket programm hehe its so damn simple.. but only cause i know sockets for c.. but heh
im sure i will get an error soon =)