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David Peterson Harvey
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I'm passionate about my work. In my estimation, I'd you aren't passionate about your work, you are either in the wrong line of work or in serious need of some life changes.
I'm passionate about my work. In my estimation, I'd you aren't passionate about your work, you are either in the wrong line of work or in serious need of some life changes.

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Whew! Working on a robot, filling out tax forms, my work is never done! I'm really looking forward to Camp Code in June. This is the first time we'll actually be programming a robot car to drive around.

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We got these guitars in the studio Monday and the little, Les Paul copy is sweet!
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My view as I left work last night. 
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Time to brew some coffee! 

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Going to get my truck from the mechanic. :-)

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Well, Facebook is boring tonight.
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Well, I haven't been here in a while. I guess I should start posting regularly. 

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Python 3 on my Android phone.

People get really scared of functions when they're first learning them but really, functions are easy. To use a function, you simply type the name of the function followed by parentheses, open then closed, in your code. Inside the parentheses, you put the day that you want to feed to the function.

There are only three lines of code in this program. The first one is the import statement, which imports the sys library. The second one is the print function. The function contains the string of characters inside the parentheses that you want to print to the standard output, in this case, the screen. Notice the characters are enclosed in double quotes. The third one is the exit function from the sys library. This function terminates the program.
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