Join Michele Vallisneri for an in-depth discussion in this video ✓ Challenge: functional fractal, part of Python: Programming Efficiently.
(reverberating cymbal)…- [Instructor] For your challenge,…I'm giving you a procedural function…that draws a fractal tree using recursion.…This is very similar to what we did…to draw the Koch snowflake.…Let me demonstrate.…Import everything, execute my function definitions,…and do the tree.…At every level of recursion except the lowest one,…the Turtle moves forwards, calls itself, then moves back.…
At the lowest level, the procedure calls a new method fb…that I've given to Turtle which moves forward and then back.…This is used to draw the terminal branches only.…Your task will be to rewrite this procedural function…in a functional style that acts on a sequence of steps,…much as we did for fun Koch…in the video on functional programming.…
- Designing efficient loops
- Exploiting Python collections
- Writing Pythonic code
- Choosing the best libraries for your tasks
- Downloading webpages with requests
- Parsing HTML with Beautiful Soup
- Manipulating images with Pillow
- Making videos and drawing on maps with matplotlib
- Serving webpages with Jinja2 and Flask
- Working with Python classes
- Taking advantage of functional techniques
- Profiling CPU and memory use
- Exploiting parallelism
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