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Nysuatro
@Nysuatro
so imagine the model is your backend
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
The View is not the graphics?
Nysuatro
@Nysuatro
viewmodel is your ui programmer
and view is your UI
yeah
its to detach all the work
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
Okay
Nysuatro
@Nysuatro
so your UI designer can work on the view
the UI programmer on the viewmodel
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
That sounds just like MVC, where viewmodel is the controller, and model is model
Nysuatro
@Nysuatro
and the backend programmer on the model
does the MVC allow 2 way binding ?
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
How do you mean?
Nysuatro
@Nysuatro
i am not sure myself about the differences of MVC and MVVM
in WPF you can set a property to be binded 2 ways so the notifications gets alerted when the data get changed in the viewmodel or the view
because of user interaction
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
Ah, then yes, I do think that would be the same as a QML binding
Whether it is MVC or not, I cannot say
Nysuatro
@Nysuatro
yeah same here
i just know it does what I want it to do
haha
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
Yeah :)
Same here
Nysuatro
@Nysuatro
man, i just realize I did 50+ courses this year
I did not finish all of them though
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
Courses like CS50?
Nysuatro
@Nysuatro
but some I saw a couple of times
yeah, but all kinds of different courses too
like neuroscience and nanotechnology
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
Did you happen to do the problem sets?
Nysuatro
@Nysuatro
i went through the videos
i dont do all the exercices
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
Ah, the problem sets are the really good part I think
I just finished implementing a hash table of linked lists
Amazing stuff
Nysuatro
@Nysuatro
i might do that course again
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
Have a look at the sets, you'll get graded too :)
I'm striving for top marks!
Nysuatro
@Nysuatro
haha, nice
I have been going through all the practices of wpf
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
Yeah, that's where you really learn I think, by doing
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso

I finished CS50!

The final project consisted of using the skills you've learnt during the course to make your own project and produce a 2 minute video showcasing it. So here it is, written in C. :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZegZ3DBDOg&feature=youtu.be

Next up is the 30+ other courses listed here.

:)

Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso

Introduction to Computer Science using Python

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Hemang Kumar
@hemangsk
Heyo everyone! Hemang this side :smiley:
I have a question related to compiler design more specifically basic lexical analysis, I was following the code posted as question on http://www.programmingforums.org/post220781.html , and in Line 60, Line 62, there are these statements printf(<4,4>) and printf(<5,0>). I understand rest of the code mostly, but I dont understand why they are printing <4,4> and <5,0>, and why not something else. I have searched a lot and I dont seem to find the reason.
Why <4,4> and not something like <2> (denoting that present state is 2 ?)
Any help would really awesome!
Thanks ! :relaxed:
Marcus Ottosson
@mottosso
@hemangsk This initiative has unfortunately had an end of life, and I'm afraid you won't find much help or activity here.
Hemang Kumar
@hemangsk
Oh alrighty :worried: Thank you for taking the time to reply :smiley: