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My name is Mohamed Jafari Mnete


Born on 29th Sept 1997. Born in a region called Tabora in Central, Tanzanian Love my family, friends, and mnm's

A Tanzanian student at Trinity University, planning on using this site to try and build tools that would solve problems and games for fun. I love programming and this is where I hope to showcase my skills. I really hope people that visit into this site get the most of the experience.
I thank Allah for everything that I have achieved throughout my experience. I hope that through these attempts to solve problems I actually get to make a difference in the community.

Below are links of several gitHUB projects that I have done before. There you find descriptions of what the programs actually do. Hoep you enjoy.


Below are some of the coding problems I have solved before with their descriptions and challenges and vidoe links.


7. A machine learning program that predicts a students grades based of his sleeping and studying hours:


OMG my first ever machine learning program. This program trains on my data of both sleeping and studying hours and through that training it gets user input and gives a prediction of the output that is the grades. I am really proud of myself right now. In this program that I made after teaching myself some python, I use numpy to perform matrix calculations. To run my program you obviously have to have numpy installed. The link to its code is here myGitHub
For the instructions to how the code works please contact me at this email muddyjeff@gmail.com



6. An Alarm clock made from scalafx:


This is how I showed my animation skills. Download all the files from the link below.

This is in SCALA
The link to the code is at myGitHub
For the instructions to how the code works please contact me at this email muddyjeff@gmail.com



5. One of my best works A minesweeper GUI inspired by my professor:


I simply used 1D arrays, and then just added actions on the buttons. Its great run it. a minesweeper game using scala.

This is in SCALA
The link to the code is at myGitHub
For the instructions to how the code works please contact me at this email muddyjeff@gmail.com



4. One of my best works A tictactoe GUI inspired by my professor:


I simply used 1D arrays, and then just added actions on the buttons. Its great run it. a tictactoe game using scala.

This is in SCALA
The link to the code is at myGitHub
For the instructions to how the code works please contact me at this email muddyjeff@gmail.com



3. Finding the standard deviation, relative standard deviation, and average of a set of numbers:


This is somehow easy but I did this because I really just wanted to use something other than excel so that I could do my chemistry lab work. This takes input from the user that is the number of numbers that the user would like to work and just runs a loop that collects that information into an array. The array is then calculated of the average, standard deviation, and relative standard deviation.

This is in SCALA
The link to the code is at myGitHub
For the instructions to how the code works please contact me at this email muddyjeff@gmail.com



2. For any number that the user inputs we can find out the largest prime factor of that number:


I have just realised how I have become dependednt on arrays. In this piece of code I try to help the user find the largest prime factor of any number of his choice. I insert all the factors into an arrays. How do I know what kind of number to take. I use while loops to divide the number by different numbers 1 through the number N. After that I collect all of them in an array and then just pass through the array to look for non prime numbers.

This is in SCALA
The link to the code is at myGitHub
For the instructions to how the code works please contact me at this email muddyjeff@gmail.com



1. The number in a pascal triangle:


I have just noticed how quick and powerful recursive functions can be. Recursion can do much more than simple looping. Two (relatively simple) examples of * more advanced recursion are the Fibonacci sequence, and Pascal's Triangle

This is in SCALA
The link to the code is at myGitHub
For the instructions to how the code works please contact me at this email muddyjeff@gmail.com