pythagorean triples exercise
Terry Reedy
tjreedy at udel.edu
Thu Oct 21 23:18:00 CEST 2010
On 10/21/2010 6:55 AM, Baba wrote:
> Hi everyone
>
> i need a hint regarding the following exercise question:
>
> "Write a program that generates all Pythagorean triples whose small
> sides are no larger than n.
This is not well worded. I take 'small sides' (plural) to mean the two
smaller, non-hypotenuse sides (which are necessarily shorter than the
hypotenuse). So the possible pairs of values i,j, where i is the shorter
of the two, have
> Try it with n<= 200."
Again, not well worded; I believe this is meant to be n==200, except
that the program should take n as a parameter and then give it value
200, so that the could work if n were given some other value.
So the possible pairs of values i,j, where i is the shorter of the two,
have j <= n (==200) and i <= j.
--
Terry Jan Reedy
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