I signed up for this course late and I am trying the hangman problem even though i can't submit it, but I am stuck. Would someone be willing to give me their code for this problem so I can understand what to do?
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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also could i please see code for problem set 1
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ps3 of the edx course right? http://dpaste.com/1016074/
which problem is ps1?
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ps1 is the one about the monthly balance
i will post them but it looks like i was on a functional programming jag - try to work through them.. write down the steps you think you need to take to solve the problem - then turn that into code - referring to and revising what you wrote as you debug. even though you started late, its best to spend the xtra time to work the problems out.
how much did you pay after a year and how much balance is left? http://dpaste.com/1017388/
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