Who uses IDLE -- please answer if you ever do, know, or teach
laurent.pointal at free.fr
Mon Aug 10 02:24:08 CEST 2015
random832 at fastmail.us wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 8, 2015, at 13:59, Laurent Pointal wrote:
>> > Level?
>> Graduate (post-Bac in france)
> Yours or your students?
>> > 1. Are you
>> > grade school (1=12)?
>> (sorry, I dont know correspondance in france)
> Grade 12 refers to 17-18 year old students, each grade is one year.
Ok, students are at grade 12 (some at 13 after a failure in another cursus).
>> > undergraduate (Freshman-Senior)?
>> > post-graduate (from whatever)?
>> I'm senior developer.
> Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior conventionally refer to each of
> the years of a conventional four-year bachelor's degree at a university
> (Also to grades 9-12 in high school, but in context that seems not to be
> what's meant here).
Oups, students are mainly beginners (but some algorithmic is being
introduced in their previous pre-bachelor schools years, so we may see more
The choice of IDLE is related to its standard installation with Python (at
least on Windows, and easily available on Linux / MacOSX).
But, would appreciate some enhancements as seen in discussions (ex. typical
example is line numbering).
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