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You Can Do Thousands of Things With String (Little Ark Book) by David Miller

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Published by Allen & Unwin Pty., Limited (Australia) .
Written in English


  • Decorative arts & crafts, other art forms,
  • Handicrafts,
  • Hobbies, quizzes & games,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s 9-12 - Crafts / Hobbies,
  • Children: Grades 4-6,
  • Crafts & Hobbies,
  • Crafts & Hobbies - General,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • String craft

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12063927M
ISBN 101863739599
ISBN 109781863739597

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  Scientists think whales can hear each other from hundreds (and maybe even thousands) of miles away—without even a string telephone! Share your string telephone observations and results!   String in present in every single home, without any doubt and no exception and its uses transcend the utalitary roles string fulfill. Decorations can be made entirely out of string and their aesthetics will definitely please any eye. The DIY String Projects are simple enough for everyone to try at home, even your little ones and the results are. One day Ant encounters a great big ball of string, and can't see his way over or through it. Fortunately, when he asks his friend Bird "How long is a string?" Bird wisely shows him all the wonderful ways a string can be cut up and used, to the delight of both friends.   This number string attempts to do something a little different — it begins with the model (instead of the problem), and uses the model as an anchor to make sense of the context. This means inviting students to "tell the story" to explain what is happening in .

The old "two cans and a string" technique (or better yet, "two paper cups and a string") really does work. The key is to make sure that the string is tight between the two cups, and this normally means that the distance is limited and the two people have to be connected to each other by a straight line.   Okay, I'm trying to make a list of all the things that I can think of that we use in everyday life or that you see on a regular basis that has strings in it somewhere. I have things like hamstrings, yo-yos, stringed instruments and string quartet, drawstrings, marionettes, shoestrings, string theory, string cheese, floss, bows.   In England, you can get arrested for saying things – but only things the elite dislikes. The left would love to do that here too. The left would love to do that here too. And the book is TINY. How they fit so much into it I'm not sure. Guess it's because they don't go into great depth in most of the things, but they seem to include all that's necessary. The only disappointment for me was finding that 'string things' is just another term to describe string art. I was hoping it was something new and s: 1.

replace(old, new [, max]): Replaces all occurrences of the character sequence specified by old in a string with the character sequence specified by can limit the number of replacements by specifying a value for max.. rfind(str, beg =0, end =len(string)): Provides the same functionality as find(), but searches backward from the end of the string instead of the beginning. Strings are words that are made up of characters, hence they are known as sequence of characters. In C++ we have two ways to create and use strings: 1) By creating char arrays and treat them as string 2) By creating string object. Lets discuss these two ways of creating string first and then we will see which method is better and why. Java String format() method is used for formatting the String. There are so many things you can do with this method, for example you can concatenate the strings using this method and at the same time, you can format the output of concatenated string. In this tutorial, we will see several examples of Java String format() method. If you have a couple of hours to spare and are intrigued by apparently simple problems that turn out to be more complex than they seem, then Rob Eastaway and Jeremy Wyndham’s book How Long Is A Piece Of String? would be an engaging way to fill the time/5(24).