python programming help

YBM ybmess at nooos.fr.invalid
Mon Dec 9 03:31:53 CET 2013


Le 08.12.2013 19:32, rafaellasav at gmail.com a écrit :
> On Sunday, December 8, 2013 6:27:34 PM UTC, bob gailer wrote:
>> On 12/8/2013 12:59 PM, rafaellasav at gmail.com wrote:
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>>> i have a dictionary with names and ages for each name. I want to write a function that takes in an age and returns the names of all the people who are that age.
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>>> please help
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>> Welcome to the python list. Thanks for posting a question.
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>> If you were hoping for one of us to write the program for you ... well
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>> that's not what we do on this list.
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>> Please post the code you have so far and tell us exactly where you need
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>> help.
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>> Also tell us what version of Python, what OS, and what you use to write
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>> and run Python programs.
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> name = ['Alice', 'Bob', 'Cathy', 'Dan', 'Ed', 'Frank', 'Gary', 'Helen', 'Irene', 'Jack', 'Kelly', 'Larry']
> age = [20, 21, 18, 18, 19, 20, 20, 19, 19, 19, 22, 19]
> dic={}
> def combine_lists(name,age):
>      for i in range(len(name)):
>          dic[name[i]]= age[i]
> combine_lists(name,age)
> print dic
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> def people(age):
>      people=lambda age: [name for name in dic if dic[name]==age]
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> people(20)
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> this is the code i have so far(with the help of the first post ;p). i understand how a function and a dictionary works and what I'm asked to find. but i don't get the lambda age part. and this code doesn't give me any result
>

You didn't write a function which return a result, so you have no
result.





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