Unverified Commit 1e35b40c authored by Stefan Negru's avatar Stefan Negru Committed by GitHub

01-intro.md: provide detailed alt text to intro image 02. (#793)

* provide detailed alt text to intro image 02.

Additional variables as Sticky Notes now has a detailed content: ../fig/python-sticky-note-variables-02.svg

* change image 01 from name to label to be consistent
parent 88f66d15
...@@ -139,7 +139,7 @@ weight in kilograms is now: 65.0 ...@@ -139,7 +139,7 @@ weight in kilograms is now: 65.0
> A variable is analogous to a sticky note with a name written on it: > A variable is analogous to a sticky note with a name written on it:
> assigning a value to a variable is like putting that sticky note on a particular value. > assigning a value to a variable is like putting that sticky note on a particular value.
> >
> ![Value of 65.0 with weight_kg name stuck on it](../fig/python-sticky-note-variables-01.svg) > ![Value of 65.0 with weight_kg label stuck on it](../fig/python-sticky-note-variables-01.svg)
> >
> This means that assigning a value to one variable does **not** change > This means that assigning a value to one variable does **not** change
> values of other variables. > values of other variables.
...@@ -157,7 +157,7 @@ weight in kilograms is now: 65.0 ...@@ -157,7 +157,7 @@ weight in kilograms is now: 65.0
> ~~~ > ~~~
> {: .output} > {: .output}
> >
> ![Creating Another Variable](../fig/python-sticky-note-variables-02.svg) > ![Value of 65.0 with weight_kg label stuck on it, and value of 143.0 with weight_lb label stuck on it](../fig/python-sticky-note-variables-02.svg)
> >
> Let's now change `weight_kg`: > Let's now change `weight_kg`:
> >
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