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Tête 01    Introduction

The sequence
  The bear cub seeks honey
Tête 02 The conditional...

...and the "else"
Test conditionnelle    The coin-tossing robot   The driver robot   The playing card robot   The ball-throwing robot
Tête 03 Boolean expressions...

and the de Morgan's theorem
Test booléens    Ex 1   Ex 2   Ex 3   Ex 4   Ex 5
Tête 04 Repetitives Test répétitives    Ex 1   Ex 2   Ex 3   Ex 4   Ex 5
Tête 05 A must read Test 1   Test 2   Test 3   Test 4   Test 5

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6 Tricks + The variables

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Tête 06       1. The counter        The museum guard robot                       Tête 07    2. The sum        The bank clerk robot
Tête 08    3. The signal        The bottle rack controller robot                       Tête 09    4. Smallest / Greatest        The game animator robot
Tête 10    5. First / Last        The train scanning robot                       Tête 11    6. Last / Before-last        The word reader robot

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A bit of history

Charles Babbage (1791-1871)Ada Lovelace (1815-1852)
Portraits : Sir Charles Babbage [Public domain], invented a machine to calculate tides and currents in response to the many errors in manual calculation and Lady Augusta Ada King [Public domain], Countess of Lovelace, born Ada Byron, daughter of the British poet Lord Byron, designed the first program in 1842 to operate it. She also anticipated the possibilities of machines that didn't yet exist in her day. Via Wikimedia Commons.

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