anonymous
  • anonymous
I've finished my written excerices for this wwek. May I send them to someone? or i just do them and keep them?
MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
right? I have the same question. Is that what the groups are for?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think that what this Open Study chatroom is for. Can use for peer review. If part of a study group, can send to members of your group. Other than other students, there is noone to grade or review your answers.
akmohamm
  • akmohamm
There is no one to review the sets but may be a solution guide at the end of the week would help to self review.

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anonymous
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Problem Set 0 may be too simple for answers. It's just using raw_input to be prompted for a couple of strings, then print them out. Problem set 1 will be harder and there are explicit instructions and solutions already available. The MIT OCW page for Week 1 (http://tinyurl.com/9bn72v2) says: "Problem Set 1 ... The instructions and solutions can be found on the session page where it is due, Lecture 4 Machine Interpretation of a Program."

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