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CHAPTER 2. INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING 32 (and so is pretty useless to print), we can just call the function by typing its name and its input (if any) and hitting return. >>> show(mypicture) We tend to call these statements to the computer that are telling it to do things commands. print mypicture is a command. So is myfilename = pickAFile(), and show(mypicture). These are more than expressions: They’re telling the computer to do something. 3 Making a Recipe We have now used names to stand for values.
We’ll be naming media (as values) in the same way when using them when programming. 2 Programming in Python The programming language that we’re going to be using in this class is called Python. It’s a language invented by Guido van Rossum. van Rossum named his language for the famous British comedy troupe Monty Python. Python has been used for years by people without formal computer science training—it’s aimed at being easy to use. The particular form of Python that we’re going to be using is Jython because it lends itself to cross-platform multimedia.
3). The time between peaks in waves isn’t always the same: It varies. This means that a cycle may involve several peaks-and-valleys until it repeats. Humans hear between 5 Hz and 20,000 Hz (or 20 kiloHertz, abbreviated 20 kHz). Again, as with amplitudes, that’s an enormous range! To give you 48 CHAPTER 3. 4). Like intensity, our perception of pitch is almost exactly proportional to the log of the frequency. We really don’t perceive absolute diﬀerences in pitch, but the ratio of the frequencies.