anonymous
  • anonymous
Question regaring problem set solving. Do I have to solve for example problem set 1 after lecture 2 or do I get more infos solving the problem in lecture 3 and 4?
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
get familiar with the working of loops,break statement and some basic knowledge of lists. With this pset1 will be solved easily.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks for the answer. So I should watch lectures 3 and 4 to get more info about break statement and lists.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Actually i have watched lecture from 6.00. Which course are u taking 6.00 or 6.00SC? As such there isn't a topic as lists or break. But there is nothing wrong in watching lectures few ahead.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah I'm also watching lecture 6.00. I just did a sneak peak in the solution for lecture 1 to get a hint. Well I was going in the right direction. But made it way to complicated :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
at the top left of the course page (2008 class), there is a Calendar link that shows when the psets are assigned and due
anonymous
  • anonymous
@PMK208 in most cases you'll learn stuff you need to solve the psets up until the lecture that the pset is due on.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@mayank_mak what are break statements?
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://docs.python.org/reference/simple_stmts.html#the-break-statement

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