User talk:Promilakumar

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Thread titleRepliesLast modified
«no subject»117:01, 26 May 2009
Participants of EL4C26007:05, 14 May 2009
Workshop EL4C26013:46, 30 April 2009
Python Lectures016:13, 23 April 2009
Your problems solved011:08, 13 February 2009
Great Progress004:13, 27 January 2009
Welcome018:48, 22 January 2009
Great progress105:05, 20 January 2009
Thank you for collaborating on the MathGloss project315:06, 16 January 2009
«no subject»107:23, 13 January 2009
Greetings!107:14, 13 January 2009

«no subject»

Dear Promila Just now I had a look at your page. It contains information which I may use at later stage - help with mathematical expressions. You deserve to be wikibuddy. great progress regards B Vaijayanthi

Bvaijayanthi (talk)12:58, 17 May 2009

Thanks Vaijayanthi,you are welcome to use any information.I will feel great. Promila

Promilakumar (talk)17:01, 26 May 2009
 

Participants of EL4C26

Dear Participants of EL4C26, As a part of your learning skills, please leave a reply note here and also add a note on Discussion pages of fellow participants and Facilitators.--Gita Mathur 07:05, 14 May 2009 (UTC)

Gita Mathur (talk)07:05, 14 May 2009

Workshop EL4C26

Dear Promila, Visit the link EL4C26 and get started by adding to the 'Introductions' page. You can click on the schedule for each day on the Workshop hub at EL4C26. Welcome to my class, get started now...warm wishes. Gita --Gita Mathur 13:46, 30 April 2009 (UTC)

Gita Mathur (talk)13:46, 30 April 2009

Python Lectures

=Python= It is an easy to learn, powerful programming language. It has efficient high-level data structures and a simple but effective approach to object-oriented programming.
The Python interpreter and the extensive standard library are freely available in source or binary form for all major platforms from the Python Web site, http://www.python.org/psf./

Scientific Python[edit | edit source]

Python allows you to split your program in modules that can be reused in other Python programs. It comes with a large collection of standard modules that you can use as the basis of your programs .Python is an interpreted language, which can save you considerable time during program development because no compilation and linking is necessary. It is also a handy desk calculator.
Python enables programs to written compactly and readably. Programs written in Python are typically much shorter than equivalent C or C++ programs.
In Python data types are inbuilt. Declaration of variables is not required and memory management is automatic. Whatever value we assign to the variable i.e. integer, floating number or complex number ,the data type of variable will be the same.
==Variable== A variable is a named unit of storage or it is a storage location that contains a data value. This value may change during the execution of the program. The value of a variable may be String ‘hello’ Integers 45 Floating point number 56.7]]

Promilakumar (talk)16:13, 23 April 2009

Your problems solved

Dear Promila
I hope you are happy to see your problems of loss of Edit buttons & contents page have been solved. I have done some rearranging, hope it is ok. It was nice to discuss in college & I sat down to it as soon as I was back home. I am feeling like a Good WikiNeighbour. :-) Gita Gita Mathur 11:08, 13 February 2009 (UTC)

Gita Mathur (talk)11:08, 13 February 2009

Great Progress

Dear Promila
Great progress. Keep going. Add your list of contributions to the Multi-Disciplinary Hub on my page. Warm Wishes. Gita. Gita Mathur 04:13, 27 January 2009 (UTC)

Gita Mathur (talk)04:13, 27 January 2009

hello Dr. Promila

Welcome to our family of wikieducators A small suggestion for your user page. Information in your infobox and in your profile seems to be repetetive. Keep common information in infobox only. Dr. Manisha Jain

Mani g1 (talk)18:48, 22 January 2009

Great progress

Dear Promila. I am very happy to see the progress and hence have added a certification on your Info box!. Warm Wishes. Gita Gita Mathur 18:34, 17 January 2009 (UTC)

Gita Mathur (talk)18:34, 17 January 2009

Thanks for encouraging me.--Promilakumar 05:05, 20 January 2009 (UTC)

Promilakumar (talk)05:05, 20 January 2009
 

Thank you for collaborating on the MathGloss project

Hi Promila, I just stopped to say thanks for collaborating on the MathGloss project. You can see the final layout for the concepts Abacus, Asymptote and Abelian Group

Gladys Gahona --chela5808 02:00, 15 January 2009 (UTC)

Chela5808 (talk)02:00, 15 January 2009

Thanks gladis, Its great to see the modified pages.I have mathematical tools in MS office.I do not know from where to get these symbols. --Promilakumar 16:48, 15 January 2009 (UTC)

Promilakumar (talk)16:48, 15 January 2009

Hi Promila,

I wrote for you a list of tips in my Talk Page. Please check it out.

I am working on a Help page named Help:Latex Symbol Tables which contains a categorised list of Math, Science and Technology Symbols.

I also have Math tools in Word but it is hard to transfer the generated symbols from word to here.

We can learn to use Latex as a powerfull Math tool for WikiEducator, soon you will be able to make great formulae once you master it.

Cheers Gladys --chela5808 23:23, 15 January 2009 (UTC)

Chela5808 (talk)23:23, 15 January 2009

Thanks Gladis, I will do that. --Promilakumar 15:06, 16 January 2009 (UTC)

Promilakumar (talk)15:06, 16 January 2009
 
 
 

«no subject»

Hye Primila

Sheela dubey (talk)07:21, 13 January 2009

Hi Sheela So nice to sit with you. You are so kind. Please keep you mobile on silent mode.

Promilakumar (talk)07:23, 13 January 2009
 

Greetings!

Hi Promila Kumar,

Welcome to the WikiEducator family of educators.

Wish you a New Year full of happiness, friendship, learning and teaching.

Warm regards
Anil Prasad 12:12, 12 January 2009 (UTC)

Anil Prasad (talk)12:12, 12 January 2009

Thankyou so much Mr. Anil for your warm wishes.I feel fortunate to have you as a friend

Promilakumar (talk)07:14, 13 January 2009