Image Hangman – pythonforbeginners
I have been through a lot of coding changes in a week and it seems longer than that. Halfway though my Udemy course Coding for Entrepreneurs I could not get the files to sync to Django. I fixed the errors I had made and then thought about it. I had learnt a lot. I had gone a long way. At that point I could find and fix errors in code but could not resolve the problem.Should I go on anyway or change tack? I decided to change tack and go right back to basics and work on Python scripts and scripting and , in the meantime, try to take on board some more information related to the Udemy course so that I might be able to fix it. It could be a problem with different versions of software packages. It could be that I have left a step out. I have shifted all my coding files and work from my Windows computer to my Linux Mint one. It is not that you cannot code on Windows. Linux supports it better and I follow it better on Linux. I have tried different scripts out, even repaired two of them so they would work and have had a chance to just play with some python scripts. The pythonforbeginners site has been very helpful. I can execute my python scripts easily . The pythonforbeginners site also puts the code up with colours so that you can distinguish commands from other parts of the script. I feel now that I am more self sufficient and am understanding what I should and could be doing. Once I feel totally confident, I shall go back and tackle the Udemy course which has given me some real insight as to what I can achieve when I get there! The hangman script I have linked to at he top of the page could be used to teach coding in a classroom. The code is decipherable and easy to follow. It is not hard to learn and set out. The script gives you the code for one word to play hangman and then you would change that to another word. Students would be working in pairs so they could play the came together.