teaching machines

Madeup Lock Core

I worked on creating the core to a lock that looks similar to a lock like this: I started by creating the outline of the face of the lock, then extruded that face. Then I created a cylinder around a portion of the core and found the difference of the two in order to get […]

CS 330 Lecture 25 – List Comprehensions and Map

Agenda what ?s program this list comprehensions translating between list comprehensions and imperative loops map Note We start with a Program This to gel our understanding of Haskell function structure: Write function indexOf, which accepts a needle and haystack, and returns where the needle lives in the haystack. If the needle can’t be found, it […]

CS 491 Lecture 17 – Game Jam

TODO Finish up the character animations from last lab if you haven’t already.┬áThe next lab assumes that you have them working. Lab Today we will change things up a bit. We will have a game jam. For the next 75 minutes, we will hastily put together a game that satisfies some theme. Jams like this […]

CS 330 Lecture 24 – Pattern Matching and List Comprehensions

Agenda what ?s functions capitalize (with guards, case, and pattern matching) tail’ nbelows contains indexOf list comprehensions how to translate TODO Bleakr’s due before April 6. Note Last time we mentioned that a primary theme of a functional language is that functions are a big deal. They can be stored in variables, they are a […]


My version of 3D Pacman.

Honors 104.502 Lecture 15 – Collecting Coins and Effectors

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CS 330 Lecture 23 – Functions in Haskell

Agenda what ?s what we mean by functional functions are first-class immutability expressions everywhere functions in Haskell coping with looplessness guards to case statements to pattern matching TODO Watch Erik Meijer discuss list comprehensions in both Haskell and Microsoft’s LINQ in the video below. On a 1/4 sheet, generate 3 interesting lists using Haskell’s list […]