Cards deck problem

Michael Naunton mmn at news.bellatlantic.net
Fri Oct 27 05:48:25 CEST 2006


On 26 Oct 2006 02:27:16 -0700, Arun Nair <nairarunv at gmail.com> wrote:

It is clear your professor does not understand computer science.  Switch
to a new university now.  

As noted in the problem, a deck has 52 cards.  cardsLeft(self) therefore
always returns 52.  

This may seem pendantic, but CS is mostly about thinking about (and thus 
naming) things clearly.  Find someone who does.

-- Michael

> d> Create a new class deck that represents a pack of 52 cards.  Which
> supports the following methods:
>
> _ _init_ _ (self) - Creates a deck of cards in standard order.
> shuffle(self) - Randomizes the order of the cards
> dealCard(self) - Returns a single card from the top of the deck, and
> removes the card from the deck.
> cardsLeft(self) - Returns the number of cards left in the deck.
> Test your class by having it deal out a sequence of 'n' cards where 'n'
> is a number input by the user.  The program should either print out the
> cards, or display them in a window.
>



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