Assuming it is all in column A:
Where # represent the row it is in. So if your list is from A1 to A5, it would be
Computer Engineering deals more with hardware design and simulation. The physics is more apparent in it (as well as the chemistry). The math is about the same for both majors. Computer Engineering is a mix of both Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Computer Science is more software...
Hello there Mohamed and welcome to PF! :)
I am a 3rd year CE major so I hope I can point you to the right direction of what you want. You seem to want a bit of both CE and CS and I say it is great! A CS minor will help a lot for CE.
What caught my eye was this:
"I study very short hours (1-3...
Hey there unilliterate!
I am a 3rd year Computer Engineering student so hopefully I help you make a decision.
Computer Engineering does require more math than Computer Science, but that is not to say that Computer Science math is any easier. It is pretty rigorous in its own light when it comes...
Bah I had some clear shots...unfortunately the pictures wouldn't come out good. I enjoyed a good day outside with my sis...she loved it! x) My method was to binoculars and I projected the image to a black cloth. I used my guitar stand as a tripod for it. haha
A small nice IDE is Code::blocks. I have it in my Windows OS. I usually code C++ but I am sure it works for C as well.
Windows does have a text editor (default one is NotePad). If you want to write C code, you will have to save it as a .c extension. Then you can use your compiler to compile the...
Hello there Marie
Python is a good language to start off, since I heard it is a very easy language to learn. There are some colleges that start off with Java or C++. However if you have a goal in mind you want to accomplish in the long run, you should state it. Different languages are good for...