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Now that the Computer Vision midterm is over, I'm allowed to talk about it.

It was pretty easy, but at the last minute, I changed one of my answers to something I'm less sure of. I hope that doesn't hurt me too much.

During the midterm, I got pretty familiar with about 19 lines of Python. I have to admit that Python's biggest gotcha - that whitespace matters - is also part of what make the language so attractive. Just glancing at the indentation gives you an idea of code structure. In 19 lines of code, I created a program that answered one of the trickier problems - complete with graphics output.