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Tutor profile: Katie F.

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Katie F.
Student at Bates College
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Subject: Python Programming

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How can the terminal be helpful when writing Python?

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The terminal can be used as scrap paper fro your code. Typing "python" into the terminal allows the terminal to interpret and run your code, so you can test out lines before implementing them into your project. You can also use this to isolate problems in your code.

Subject: Writing

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How can I break out of the five paragraph essay writing format while still keeping my essay organized and succinct?

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Breaking out of the five-paragraph essay mold can seem intimidating, but we can start with your thesis and essay outline. Breaking down what the main and sub points of an essay will be to support your claim is the key to writing a strong paper.

Subject: HTML Programming

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How do you use HTML along with CSS in a way that keeps your code clean and efficient?

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Using a style attribute within your HTML and keeping your CSS in a separate file will keep your code organized, and reduce the possibility of complications when changing any design decisions in the future. Although keeping HTML and CSS in different files is not completely necessary, it is good professional practice as it makes writing more complicated code easier.

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