How would you program this?
steven.bethard at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 03:32:19 CET 2005
> I don't fully understand this line of your code:
> return [(a,b,c) for a in ns for b in ns for c in ns if a + b + c == limit]
> If the "if" part is true, does it 'trigger' the return?
This code is basically equivalent to:
lc = 
for a in ns:
for b in ns:
for c in ns:
if a + b + c == limit:
lc.append((a, b, c))
Does that help?
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