[Python-Help] Programming help

Abe Mathews 59bassman at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 03:35:00 CET 2004


I guess I don't understand what "freq" is doing.  However, you could
do something like:

num_list = []

while len(num_list) < count:
    number = input("Enter a number:")
    num_list.append(number)

print num_list

That may give you what you're looking for to print the list of input numbers.

Abe Mathews



On Mon, 6 Dec 2004 12:07:58 +1000, Alfred Canoy <alred at guam.net> wrote:
> Please help me out:(.. I've been trying to figure this out for 2 days now..
> I don't know what to use to print  all the list of numbers. I hve know idea
> how should I do this. I tried a lot of trial & error for the the def, dict,
> .list( ). have no luck.
> I just need to find this out then I'm good to go for the whole thing. I have
> save the other test source code for this problem. I just need to combine it
> after I figure this out.
> Thank you all!
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Source code:
> 
> # compute the Mean, Median & Mode of a list of numbers:
> 
> sum = 0.0
> 
> print 'This program will take several numbers then average them'
> count = input(' How many numbers would you like to sum: ')
> current_count = 0
> freq = {}
> freq [current_count] = number
> 
> while current_count < count:
>     current_count = current_count + 1
>     number = input ('Enter a number: ')
>     print "Number", current_count,":",number
>     sum = sum + number
> print " [x,...,x] ?"
> 
> Al
>  _ _
> _ _
> Alfred Canoy
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> Pacific time
> alred at guam.net
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Matthew Dixon Cowles" <matt at mondoinfo.com>
> To: "Alfred Canoy" <alred at guam.net>
> Cc: <help at python.org>
> Sent: Monday, December 06, 2004 11:50 AM
> Subject: Re: [Python-Help] Programming help
> 
> > Dear Alfred,
> >
> >> I'm stuck in the end of my source code. I'm trying to print all the
> >> numbers. How can I print all the list of numbers that I selected?
> >
> > What have you tried and how did the results differ from what you
> > expected?
> >
> > Regards,
> > Matt
> 
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