You didn't reveal which Unix. Also you didn't tell if you researched this question. That said I'd find out which Unix I'm running and then look to see if there is a Python for that Unix. After Python is installed then you run it just like the millions of other Linux machines so I'll now write about that.

My work is mostly on commercial apps now. No more code goes to professors so if it works, it usually ships. This doesn't mean I'm lazy or won't make a choice about long term support but it also means if we can't tell a difference, then that code is committed and locked down.

We found we had to lock down since a few team members were diving into working areas without a reason other than they thought they could optimize or refactor. For the current group, it's all about the money. We upset those that don't like locked down code that isn't formatted the way they like. In fact we lost a team member that wanted to open closed areas just to beautify the code. Nope, not happening. Working code, tested code, committed and done.

Do take a read of this post: https://www.daniweb.com/community-center/threads/517865/excellent-article-on-the-current-state-of-software

Now we do watch out for piggy or slow areas as well as code that others can't figure out how it works.

This looks like homework as I read https://eapps.austincc.edu/faculty/syllabus.php?id=360891

The answer looks to be purchaseable at Chegg.com if you must but a total button would just do as you suspect.
That is, add values you have so far and place them into a text box.

That may be money well spent.

Out of curiosity I have never heard of a high school charging money to drop a class.

@Z. If you think this will be a F, is there an option to take a non-completion rather than affect your average grade?

Programming isn't for everyone or rather, it may take time to take other courses (Math is always good!) to build up your skills to tackle programming.

For example long after I took various programming classes I went back and took some system analysis classes. This was gold to me since it took my rather haphazard approach to solving problems and helped me see the problem at different levels. This is not a skill we are born with. We have to learn, apply, adapt and survive along the way. No one I know started with programming classes alone. They had to develop their math and problem solving skills along the way.

Sure. There's plenty of examples ready to go.

I'll look at http://rosettacode.org/wiki/Category:Programming_Tasks and find Tic-Tac-Toe is currently up to 49 languges for TTT.

I really want to know if you tried to find this code if that was your intent. With today's search engines and ready for the taking sites like RosettaCode, I am asking "How could you not find this code?"

As to your assignment, maybe you need to go over what your class has covered so far. The assignments build on what you were taught up to this point.

I take it you elected to dump more code and hope. Read the link again and try to avoid "it doesn't work" posts. I can't tell what it is supposed to do either.

Read that link again about how to make better questions and discussions.

How did you research this question?

Why I ask is that I'm encountering folk that get upset at using google or taking classes on programming and web creation classes.

A few more think or write "just tell me what I need to know." These folk think that a subject could be covered in one paragraph. Which is true if you tell them google it. They usually melt down to reply it as unhelpful.

So let's hear from you what research you are doing as well as if you were in a school that forbade use of google and wikipedia.

It looks to me that this project is abandoned. Why do I write this? Reading many pages at the site have outdated references like Android 4.x at http://taco.visualstudio.com/en-us/docs/get-started-first-mobile-app/#run-your-app-in-an-emulator and many other pages there.

To me this and more would have me never start such an endeavor on this platform.

commented: No it's not abandoned. And there is nothing about any outdated refference +0

This is only the lesson about saving often and to enable backup copies.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Jokes/comments/362mme/jesus_and_the_devil_are_having_a_contest_on/ again if you missed it.

However there are spammers that will take the trouble to not help you with Corel file recover.com replies. They are just the devil's workers in disguise.

Topic asks how to free up space and then you ask what is wrong with your PC.

Anyhow, you free up space by uninstalling apps and finding where the space is being used.

All skill levels arrive here so when I go hunting for quick space reclamation I like CCLEANER. If I want to snoop around for space I rarely use TREESIZE and what it shows might lead me to Waldo (or a whale.)

The tool Disk Cleanup in Windows is well documented so did you use that to remove say remove old Windows components?
Tutorial on the web. Example at https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-delete-the-windows-old-folder-from-windows-10/

@Alex. Yet another language? Why not share this new language first to see if folk will adopt it?

Your choice to start such a project but there are now plentiful IDE's for coding today.

Let's call this a wheel. How is your wheel going to be different?
Why would I use your IDE?

I take it something was missing from:

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_integrated_development_environments
  2. https://www.g2crowd.com/categories/integrated-development-environment-ide

Also, what about no install systems like IDEONE.com?

I was refreshing my reading on styles and this passage kept coming up. "apply styling to your controls" as in the style is all about the controls and not the window itself.

What are you reading?

Why the aversion to x key? I read http://www.wpf-tutorial.com/styles/using-styles/ for my primer on application wide styling.

Algorith is a machine that uses kinetic energy in order to produce patterns.

I'd use a sort() function next time.

You may want to catch up on searches for this. https://www.google.com/search?q=Dell+5558&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8#q=dell+5558+replacement+screen finds a video and the replacement LCD. So for under 50 bucks I think I'd do it myself. The minimum counter fee is 150USD here so that's a hundred buck savings.

Did you do the screenshot or other test?

While the XP discussions are legendary and folk that don't keep install media and keys may not know what troubles they are getting into, so let's not discuss XP or that.

-> Start Word in Word's Safe Mode. See google if you forgot how.

https://www.google.com/#q=is+perl+a+compiled+language answers that it's something in the middle. If you are compiling Perl then you need a Perl compiler and all the issues that it brings.

For this round I'm going with you are not compiling but using bog standard Perl.

This means your script seems to have run but there's more dragons here. You have a Perl script you didn't write so it's foreign to you and then you seem to be in need of Perlmod and Doxygen. How to install that varies with each Linux so go figure that out next.

@Grib. Are you sure about that? phpfiddle said:

FOUND 3 ERROR(S) AFFECTING 2 LINE(S)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 2 | ERROR | Missing file doc comment
 2 | ERROR | Constants must be uppercase; expected STRING but found string
 4 | ERROR | Constants must be uppercase; expected STRING but found string
--------

`

commented: @grib is right. You can't run python on php fiddle +0

Some do fail. Until we focus on an absolutely needed update you have 16 updates to research. I know folk want others to do that much research but sometimes I have to do my own work.

The patch I did look at, looked like we can ignore it.

--> That said I am running into folk that didn't know these updates fail. They freak about it and well, sometimes you have to send them to Microsoft support to pay for the answer. That answer may be "we are aware of the issue and working on it." (sort of like the Flint story today.)

Let's pick on https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3080079

That's an update for Remote Desktop. Do you use that? if not, then ignore it.
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/595406/do-i-need-these-downloads/ repeats that advice about ignoring updates on things we don't use.

You have 16? KB numbers to research to see if any are really required.

I see you supply the error codes but the KBnnnnnn numbers are missing. Here's a thing. Microsoft does have failing patches. They fail, the reports accumulate and Microsoft re-issues a patch.

Without the KB numbers it's hard to see if this is expected or not.

Then you opened a command window (I would run CMD) to cd to the folder and then run the .exe. This would tell us a bit more than the above. You didn't share how you checked the path or what the path was. So back to basics.

I didn't see anyone bring up how VW and other companies have lost their integrity. We know those that code "bad things" may lack a moral compass but when I've worked in large groups or companies not once was there any question about doing the job in a dishonest way.

Maybe I'm just lucky to have worked with great people in many companies for decades. Mind you I never worked in conditions I've seen in some outsourced sites in Asia and Russia.

I had hope that some story would pop up telling us that the software in question was some test version that a manager decided to use and the programmers were not complicit but the story so far reads like a corporate culture gone bad story.

I think this is a simple no. For example if I compile my C# code the exe is not "machine code" entirely. The .net clr is fired up to run the C# byte code. That's not a bad thing.

But since the clr is not an OS the answer is again no.

If I were to change your question to assembler then you get machine code that executes without such overhead. And then again, to do most useful things we would make calls to BIOS or OS so we could be back to no as those could use some sort of interpreter.