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Title: Programming Practice Python 2023
Other Titles: プログラミング演習 Python 2023
Authors: Kita, Hajime
Morimura, Yoshitaka
Okamoto, Masako
Author's alias: 喜多, 一
森村, 吉貴
岡本, 雅子
Issue Date: 19-Oct-2023
Start page: 1
End page: 245
Description: This textbook is a translation of the Japanese version referred to as “Puroguramingu-Enshuu Python 2023 (プログラミング演習 Python 2023).”
English translation from Japanese version was supported by Center for Innovative Research and Education in Data Science, Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences, Kyoto University as one of its activities in development of learning materials and their publication.
This textbook was written for a (Python) programming exercises course as part of Kyoto University’s Liberal Arts and Sciences courses.
In the 2023 version, some misprints were corrected, some hard-to-read portions were edited, and some additional explanations given during the 2022 course were added. The square root calculation that was used as an exercise in Chapter 3 has been improved and added as its own section in Chapter 4. In addition, portions on Python program termination were added to the chapter on control flow (Chapter 6), and various practical exercises covering material through Chapter 7 were added as Chapter 8. Furthermore, ways of defining the turtle shape in the turtle graphics chapter (Chapter 10) have been added, and a simple exercise to help introduce tkinter was added to chapter 11 alongside improvements to the explanation. Image display has also been added to the widget. An example of an error that can occur during function calls was added to chapter 19.
For typesetting of source code, we use K2PFE font.
K2PFE font used in this textbook were developed as a collaborative research by Professor Akihisa Tatsumi, Part-time Lecturer Maya Kusunoki of Kyoto City University of Art, Dr. Tamaki Motoki of Kyoto University and Hajime Kita one of the authors of this textbook. It is partly supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number JP21K02880.
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Any licensing requirements for the redistribution of K2PFE font are described in README file.
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