Populating a timetable with subjects

DL Neil PythonList at DancesWithMice.info
Fri May 3 20:42:00 EDT 2019


On 4/05/19 11:51 AM, Cameron Simpson wrote:
> On 01May2019 19:22, brittocj at gmail.com <brittocj at gmail.com> wrote:
>> We have to populate a timetable with subjects. What would be the best 
>> approach?
> 
> That's a pretty open ended question. Often a constraint on generating 
> timetables involves ensuring that no 2 subjects use the same timeslot if 
> a student might need to take both those subjects. Unless that student is 
> Hermoine Grainger.
> 
> Also, this looks like homework: we're happy to help, but we tend not to 
> write code for you. We'll suggest approaches and answer specific questions.


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