9.2: Declare, Initialize, and Use an Array – Processing Tutorial

9.2: Declare, Initialize, and Use an Array – Processing Tutorial

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(Note this video was shot in Fall 2012.) Book: Learning Processing A Beginner's Guide to Programming, Images,Animation, and Interaction Chapter: 9

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(Note this video was shot in Fall 2012.)
Book: Learning Processing A Beginner’s Guide to Programming, Images,Animation, and Interaction

Chapter: 9

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    Jumping jacks everybody. lol

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    lol "jumping jacks everybody" that is soo cute

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    Nice work. 100% clear of arrays. Thanks broo

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    You are the best !

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    Loved your energy man,
    Keep it up

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    Thank you so much, these array videos pretty much saved me with my programming assignment! Your positive chaotic energy makes these a pleasure to watch!

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    I always liked your tutorials It is not only funny it is also simple and informative. But I have some problems in this Array tutorial. I tried to create a color array like "color clr = new color[10];' it is not working why?

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    Thanks. You make interesting things even more interesting! haha.

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    Is this C or what ?

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    Wow, you CAN actually teach while keeping the audience engaged. Keep up the great work, and please don't change 🙂

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    Another way to explain the syntax for the creation of an array is that you declare an array named "values" containing integers in which you then create a new "array" object of size "n" pretty much in the same way as you introduced the constructor function into the Object Oriented tutorials. It kinda makes sense, because it's kinda what's written in plain.

    BTW, I'm mentoring a teen into learning programming and sent him towards a few tutorials to get him started. He landed on your videos all by himself, and was pleasantly surprised when he told me about it, as you are THE DUDE who managed to make me 100% understand neural networks. Kudos for that formidable exploit!

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    There is a face …. thanks for all your effort.

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    your personality made me subscribe

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    Thnku so much dear sir 😊

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    Can you put the variable length in the first set of brackets? Like this:
    int[10] values;

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    Ok, this is now my favourite array video on the internet hahahahhahhah

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    thank you soooo much sir until i watched your videos i found arrays to be the most disgusting and boring topic but now am perfectly equipped with the concepts of array just because of your cool and interactive teaching .thanks again for these wonderful videos

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    Hahahaha Mannn what an energetic start! Totally impressed THANK YOU MAN!

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    incredibly active… Way better than my lecture

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    I wish u were my programming teacher…u teach so well😭

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    this is how to teach ..i like the way you talk..this is called learn with fun..

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    I HAVE THE EXACT SAME SWEATER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!yeah!!!

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    Thank you Schiffmann

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    i like your dancing teaching style ..

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    Thanks a ton dude. the book we're using in class is crap, and while I like the instructor, she doesn't go into this kind of detail. you're a big help.

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    You totally just saved me from getting an F in programming. THANK YOU!

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    Its like he googled what an array is and just wants to tell everyone

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    Hi. Can you write this in pseudocode to assign values for the array:

    Names[ ] <- " Tanya", "Tatiana", "Tim"

    Age[ ] <- "5", "17", "80"

    OUTPUT Name [0] ," is" , Age [0]

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    Are arrays mutable in java?

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    You mean:0 1 10 11 100 101 110 111 1000 1001 1010

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    I had an exam. And I thought I was gonna fail it but watched all the array videos and i scored 100%, SUBSCRIBED. 😀

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    Is this for JavaScript?

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    Yur videos are kinda engaging and interesting @ the same time. Thanks. Keep it up!

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    You are so great!! Even better than my TA.

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    I have to agree with nearly everyone's comments! You are a fantastic teacher! Someone that truly enjoys what they do is refreshing, and you deliver it in such a fun way. I wish my professor had half of your enthusiasm.

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    I'm not even two minutes into this video and I had to stop to "Thank you!…Thank you. Thank you." for applying your personality to your teaching. It is so refreshing to watch a video about coding produced by someone I can both understand and who is extremely engaging. Keep it up!

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    What you said is wrong because a lot of language will not initialize integer with a default value. You should tag at least one language in your videos.

    `nums[4] = 132;` is an affectation not an initialization. I doubt of the quality of your book.

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    you are getting me through my university class my friend

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