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PR1000.03: Creating A HexWriter & HexReader 
Welcome to yet another add-on project for Python 1000!

In PR02 we created a "hex dumper."

Every time we create something new, we have an opportunity to "weaponize" what we have learned so as to add to our own functional "arsenal."



Having completed PR02, we have done enough research to create a hex-dump "Reader." A parser that will read what we have encoded.

In PR03 therefore we shall complement that newfound hex-dump experience so as to create a hexadecimal "decoder," as well. You can click here to review the requirements & design specification.



Those who need an introduction to the UML (at least enough to understand the core diagrams) might enjoy our YouTube UML Primer (video link).


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PR1000.02: The Hex Dumper Project 
From banners to ASCII tables, in Python 1000 we created allot of useful data representations. Putting it all together however, when our review team was having difficulty creating the password encoder, we decided to cobble together a review exercise.



Moving forward, if you have ever wanted to know how to create a hex-dump, then click here for a "Developer's Review" of how to do so in Python.

Those who need an introduction to the UML (at least enough to understand the core diagrams) might enjoy our YouTube UML Primer (video link).

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PR1000.20: Select & Display a "MOTD" 
Here is yet another post-educational activity for our Python 1000 friends.

Exercise PR20 (click here for the document) begins by creating a Python Dict()ionary from a short list of famous quotations.



After the dictionary has been created, students will demonstrate their prowess at formatting strings so as to center & display a Message of the Day (MOTD) on the console screen.



A classic problem in it's own right, we hope that your will enjoy completing PR20 for Python 1000!

p.s: Those who need an introduction to the UML (at least enough to understand the diagrams!) might enjoy our YouTube UML Primer (video link).

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