Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module Y301. This module is presented on Private Courses
and Specially Run Courses
Python has a fantastic array of features, and they become even more fantastic as they're
used in combination. This module encompasses the use of many of those features together in
sample programs that pull in many of the threads covered individually earlier in the course.
Related technical and longer articlesLog file analysis - short Python example
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|3442||A demonstration of how many Python facilities work together|
Many of our demonstrations on the Well House Consultants site show individual features of a language - taken in isolaion to show you how they work. However, during a course we usually write further examples to show you how features work in combination to give a total result / solution to an application.
|964||Practical polymorphism in action|
Polymorphism is the ability of a piece of common code to process a piece of data in different ways depending on its type. It's a great facility, talked about a lot in theory and on courses ... but then what about its practical use? Here's a very simple little example from last week, showing how ...
|236||Tapping in on resources|
When it comes to producing new examples for a course, where better to look than close to home? Yesterday, I was looking for an example to use when I was covering object design in Python and I hit upon working with taps and the water suppy to them.Looking around, we have quite a few taps here; several ...
Examples from our training material
|taps.py|| Tap simulation example (Mk 1) in Python|
|timetable|| timetabling tool - Graham Ellis, 17th February 2018. |
|waterflows.py|| Multiple classes interacting - tap simulation example (Mk 2) in Python|
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Topics covered in this module
Using private methods.
When to override system methods.
Direct use of properties.
Water flow and tap examples.
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