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zoom the fucking screen next time

Now I know how to divide tunambers

What about Tuna divided by Bread and cheese?

power is two **, interesting

thax, your video is really useful

when I wrote 18\4 it gave synatxerror

why the fuck dont you zoom in the first place .literally shit.my internet does not handle high download

hey my idle rounds off the answer even if i give a single / what should i do

when I wrote 5 * *5 then answer was 3125 coming ….Instead of 125….Plz explain???

I have been messing around with python for a while now and I have seen several tutorials. but I seem to be lacking a comprehensive knowledge of the language

Searching for a good tutorial I came a crossed this one.

I did not really want to start from the beginning but seeing as how I learned about the // and the ** operators now I am glad that I have started from the beginning

Very good so far !!!

python is very straight forward… 😉

Fonts unreadable too samle

I tried some other operations. I got 5<<3 = 40. what does “<<” means? Thank you for the video

Odd that // rounds DOWN rather than up, since traditional mathematical convention is to round up. Any particular reason?

Font is very small.

I want to learn how to code Discord Bots, does this show me how?

Hey bucky! I’m way ahead in the series, but just decided to post some script I figured out. (That’ll be at the end) So, python is by default a calculator, right? I was making a calculator file, but was over-complicating it. I thought I had to put in every single possible number to make a function, and every single possible operation to make a function. (In case you’re wondering, that type of calculator would look like this:

def Multipulcation_Calculator(Number1, Number2):

ans = Number1 * Number2

print(“Thank you for using MultipulcationCalculator!”)

print(“Your answer is “, ans)

)

but then I thought “Hey, isn’t python a calculator by itself? Which means the script is already configured?” What I mean by that is that if you go into python 3.4.7, and you type in “2+2”, for example, it’ll say 4. PyCharm is just a fancy extension of Python, so it still uses its basic scripts. So I thought: “Hey! Why don’t I utilize that into my calculator? I can make just one calculator instead of a dozen! And so I wrote this script:

#PythonCalculator, Created by sipher. (Fluff, s8, _s8, all the other aliases.)

#v 1.0

def PythonCalculator(Expression):

answer = Expression

print(‘Thank you for using PythonCalculator!’)

print(‘Your answer is ‘, answer)

return answer

which one you like the most guys? I prefer bacon

great now i’m hungry

I thought bacon over tuna gives out a true boolean ’cause it’s true D:

can someone teach me how to make a program that can bruteforce twitter or facebook

Thanks

wtf font

wtf about letting me learn to code treehouse i has 999 minutes of watching inspirational learning to code piiss offf omgg im trigerred .

30%04 gives me

SyntaxError: invalid token

why can any one just expalin

am i only one who cant see it?

thanks for the tut guys

Very easy to understand tutorial. Should be super easy for people who have used electronic calculators, but also include some nice useful details including the use of “//”

You sai “pretty much” a lot.

hmm, so the double forward slashes remove the decimals? because 4.5 can be rounded to 5

I hope you’ve made a lot of money from this. I am grateful for your gracious help!

I used first 18 // 5 and after that I used 18 /5 but both are giving same result to me…

here we go, first real tutorial hope i’ll make it to the end

type in 6**6**6 and see the result

This is so similar to matlab

0:54

is Android Application Development using java need before python Android app development

why bucky sound is different?

please tell that how can one take input from user

mark

(BODMAS) brackets, orders,division, multiplication, addition and subtraction

Soo, basically Python is a calculator?

Easy to understand, thanks!

PD: You made me hungry calling those variables “tuna” and “bacon” hahahaha

I get tired of holding the magnifying glass trying to see what he is typing.

thas sooooooo cooooooool thnak you . I watched so many Tutorials but this one is the best one .

why is it always bucky or tuna?

I think this dude needs tp get himself a sandwich

Your fonts seems too small!