Problem with a dictionary program....

Alex Martelli aleaxit at
Tue Sep 28 17:47:29 CEST 2004

Ling Lee <janimal at> wrote:
> List =
> {1:"one",2:"two",3:"three",4:"four",5:"five",6:"six",7:"seven",8:"eight",9
> :"nine"}

You're missing 0, so an input such as 103 would give an error even if
all the rest of your code was correct.

> output = []
> for character in indput:
>   output.append(List[character])
>   print ', '.join(output)

This will print N times when you have N digits... outdent the print
statement so it's executed after the 'for' and not inside it.


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