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ACADEMY (Defined Truths)

Data Presenter

CSS HTML

Data Structures & Algorithms

Python Javascript

Console

GIT Linux

EXPRESS (Associated Truth)(this.express)

Python Operators ( >>> ) : . + , _ , * , / , ** , // , %

print("This one will though")
    print("This one will be indented though")
	print("This one too")

This is a basic HTML Structure


	
		Tab Title
		
	
	
		

Title

SubTitle

This is another paragraph external link

The basic element structure

html structure is done with tags.


Graph Viz flow charts first graph

DOT notation

graph tree_html {

  0 -- _html;
   _html -- _head;
   _html -- _body;
   _head -- _title;
   _head -- _meta;
   _body -- _h1;
   _body -- _h2;
   _body -- _h3;
   _body -- _p;
   _p -- _a;

}

The hierarchy processor charts:

st=>start: 0
e=>end: 1
html=>operation: 
head=>operation: 
body=>operation: 
co=>condition: Case

st->html->head->body->e

The hierarchy flow notation:

st=>start: 0
e=>end: 1
html=>operation: 
head=>operation: 
body=>operation: 
co=>condition: Case

st->html->head->body->e

Runner

Time Activity Duration
0600 - 0630 Enki - CS 30 mins
0700 - 0730 Enki - Python 30 mins
0800 - 1000 Self - Dot (HTML) 00 mins

Me

This morning, I woke up and decided to start from what I felt most confident about in the future. First I did some exercises on Enki; starting with data structures, then moving on to python and then finally html. To top it off, I also checked what kind of notation was possible with markdown and the DOT notation from Graphviz.

Pro

Flow
s_0=>start: 0
d_0=>condition: confident?
d_1=>condition: future?
a_0=>operation: -
a_1=>operation: A
a_2=>operation: B
a_3=>operation: C
e_1=>end: 1
e_2=>end: 2

s_0->a_0->d_0
d_0(no)->a_0
d_0(yes)->d_1
d_1(no) ->a_1
d_1(yes)->a_2
a_1->e_1
a_2->e_2
Sequence
Alice->Bob: Hello Bob, how are you?
Bob-->Alice: I am good thanks!
Alice->Bob: Hello Bob, how are you?

Notes

  • You can find more information about LaTeX mathematical expressions here.
  • I'm your first Markdown document in StackEditstackedit.
  • about Sequence diagrams syntax here,
  • about Flow charts syntax here.
  • You can create footnotes like thisfootnote. footnote: Here is the text of the footnote.

  1. StackEdit is a full-featured, open-source Markdown editor based on PageDown, the Markdown library used by Stack Overflow and the other Stack Exchange sites.