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OPS435 Python Lab 1

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PART 1 - INSTALLING YOUR LINUX DISTRIBUTION
#Regardless of the Linux distribution you decide to use for this course, this lab will be using and referring to the current version of '''Centos7''', and install the Graphical Desktop for our host machine. When you have finished the installation of Centos7, you may move on to the next steps.
<blockquote>{{Admon/important|style="padding-left:25px"|Unit Testing Evaluation Scripts|Each "part" contained '''Part''' (within the laban 's investigation Investigation) is considered referred to be as a "unit" (or topic)'''Unit'''. Each Unit (or "part") will require that the student to download and run a "'''Unit Testing script"Evaluation Script''', which can be used to look at a student's Python scripts that was created in order to provide "real-time feedback".<br>This feedback is not considered to be perfect or fool-proof; however, it may provide feedback (hints) in case a student gets stuck or experiences an error when running thier Python scripts. These unit testing evaluation scripts can also be used to confirm that the student's Python script is on the right track, and provide a consist evaluation record of their Python scripting progress throughout their labs.<br><br>}}</blockquote>
<ol><li value="2">Issue the following commands in order to setup, download and run the first unit testing evaluation script:<br><br><source>
mkdir -p ~/ops435/lab1/
cd ~/ops435/lab1/
<li>Before moving on to the next step make sure you identify any and all errors in "lab1a.py". When the check script tells you everything is "ok", you may proceed to the next step.</li>
<li>Make notes for all of your Investigation 1 (part1) observations in your lab log book, and proceed to the next section</li></ol>
 
=== Part 2 - SETTING UP YOUR PYTHON ENVIRONMENT FOR OPS435 LABS ===

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