Since my last post, I have been working with wxPython to create frames, buttons, and menus that actually do something worthwhile. At first, it was a bit challenging because I had no clue where to start, but as I began to catch on, it cam easier and easier. Aside from the tutorials online, I had to use my problem skills and knowledge that I have of other languages to make some things work, for instance, I wanted to create a button that ran a segment of code in another file. After a bit of thought, I managed to make it work. I have also been working on a spread sheet of different materials, their dimensions and their weights for others in the PPR project.
Well, I have to run
Hi! I’m Jessica, a rising sophomore. Im doing my summer REU at Carnegie Mellon University working in the People and Robots Program on the behaviors of the SnackBot. Since I arrived, I have learned the basics of the Python programming language and have applied it to writing a simple behavior for a robot. Although I started out slow, I think I am catching on. Now, I’m going to begin working on buttons and the like.
Well, hit the books….. rather the online tutorials!
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