Someone on Reddit pointed out that today (Dec 22nd) is Ramanujan’s 129th birthday. One of the commenters further pointed out … More

# Category: Basic

A very basic knowledge of the topic but no professional usage

# Number guessing game

The number guessing game incorporates several simple but important elements of elementary programming and is a good candidate for an … More

# Popular Sorting Algorithms

Sorting is probably the most common type of algorithm in programming. A sorting algorithm puts elements of a list in a certain … More

# Stars and Stripes

A variation on the Stars and Stripes American Flag for Independence Day. It’s an exercise in the use of transparency in … More

# Playing in Python with Pickover’s Premise per Pi

My favourite tweeter is Clifford A. Pickover. His tweets are delightful nuggets of math, physics & more. I have a copy … More

# A Python Dictionary

This is simply a dictionary of Python keywords, implemented as – of course – a Python dictionary! Dictionaries are key:value … More

# Dr. Turing’s Automatic Machine

Alan Turing published a ground-breaking paper in 1936, On computable numbers, with an application to the Entscheidungsproblem (PDF). It was about … More

# Easy Graph Plotting with Pyplot

Graphs (also known as charts) are an indispensible visual aid for conveying a lot of data in an easy-to-digest form. … More

# Binary Search

Binary Search is one of the most fundamental computer algorithms. Given an ordered list of some data (names, numbers, …) … More

# Random Walk

A colourful random walk. The basic idea is very simple: choose a random heading in the range 0:360 degrees. Step … More

# Sierpinski Triangle, drawn by a Turtle

This is a classic fractal drawn with a recursion algorithm and Turtle graphics. The Sierpinski Triangle’s sides are bisected and … More

# Naive Mandelbrot Set

This is your basic Mandelbrot Set plotter. Very little effort made to speed it up, except for plotting top & … More