merge two ranges
Marc 'BlackJack' Rintsch
bj_666 at gmx.net
Tue Jul 17 19:44:15 CEST 2007
On Tue, 17 Jul 2007 17:29:41 +0000, anoweb wrote:
> I have two ranges of numbers and I need to determine if they overlap
> or adjacent and if so return a new range containing the values. The
> values are low and high for each pair, such that the first value of
> the tuple is always less than or equal to the second value in the
> tuple.
>
> for example:
> a = (0, 5)
> b = (5, 10)
>
> print getAdjacent(a, b) # output: (0, 10)
> print getAdjacent(b, a) # output: (0, 10)
> print getOverlap(a, b) # output: None
> print getOverlap(b, a) # output: None
>
> a = (0, 7)
> b = (3, 10)
> print getAdjacent(a, b) # output: None
> print getAdjacent(b, a) # output: None
> print getOverlap(a, b) # output: (0, 10)
> print getOverlap(b, a) # output: (0, 10)
>
> a = (0, 90)
> b = (5, 10)
> print getAdjacent(a, b) # output: None
> print getAdjacent(b, a) # output: None
> print getOverlap(a, b) # output: (0, 90)
> print getOverlap(b, a) # output: (0, 90)
>
> a = (0, 5)
> b = (12, 20)
> print getAdjacent(a, b) # output: None
> print getAdjacent(b, a) # output: None
> print getOverlap(a, b) # output:None
> print getOverlap(b, a) # output: None
>
> any easy way of doing this?
Yes. That's quite an easy homework you really should do yourself. ;-)
Ciao,
Marc 'BlackJack' Rintsch
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