Object Oriented Programming in Python

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Sorry for the formatting issue on most screen captures. Not sure what happened. I went back and pasted the same text as before. It seems to be fine at this time. Not sure what is causing this to happen. Perhaps it is time to look for a better plugin :o(

Unless something changes in the next few days, MN should enter Phase One in the process of “Opening up America Again” next week. Hopefully all will go as planned.

I am not sure if there is something on my Windows computers, but one of the first things I do every day is to power each computer up and log on into Gmail. Most of the times I just click on my user name and my password and I am in Gmail. Now and then, I get prompted to enter a code which is sent as a message to my phone. I have a checkbox selected which should tell Google not to use 2FA on this computer, but it ignores my wishes and requests me to enter the code. Not sure why this is happening. It cannot be so difficult to Google to write such code. If you have comments on this subject please let me know. Continue reading “Object Oriented Programming in Python”

C++ Tidbits – Inheritance

I am about to complete a course on Neural Networks and Deep Learning. I am amazed at how one gets absorbed into the subject and language (in this case Python). Lately when I am working with C, C++, Java or Python I occasionally use a syntax from a different language.

In this post I will be covering / reviewing Inheritance using C++. Many years ago when I wanted to review C I would pull from my bookshelf the book “C Programming Language” by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie. During the years I have owned several copies. A few minutes ago I tried to locate my latest copy, but it seems that it grew legs and walked away. For C++ I have … (I guess I have also misplaced it) a book by Bjarne Stroustrup. Given the fact that I want a quick refresher, decided to go over an Advanced C++ Programming course by Mike McMillan. For this post (and a few more that I will write in the next few days) I am using this course as a guide and will be coding C++ on Visual Studio 2017 from Microsoft. Continue reading “C++ Tidbits – Inheritance”