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Thu Oct 7 01:54:58 CEST 2010
On 2010-10-06, Diez B. Roggisch <deets at web.de> wrote:
> From the look of it... he's just trying to get a freebie on a homework
> assignment. It certainly is no commercial/useful piece of code
> whatsoever... just CS-101 "read data from stdin and do stuff".
Ooh, I should go help, then.
I *love* to help people on homework. Although I may not know Python
I once responded to a request for a thing that, given a number, says
something like "The first digit is 3, the second digit is 2" with a program
that included a partial table of ln(x) for about 30 values between 0 and
900... It worked, though!
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