[Tutor] How do I go about this? [was Re: Who uses input()? [was Re: question on "input"]]
falcon3166 at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 28 02:16:49 CEST 2005
Here's part of what I'm looking for (got it from a Python program):
I want to see also !=, ==, and, & nor combos also. 0 != 2 for an example.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Danny Yoo" <dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu>
To: "Nathan Pinno" <falcon3166 at hotmail.com>
Cc: "Tutor" <tutor at python.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2005 5:39 PM
Subject: Re: [Tutor] How do I go about this? [was Re: Who uses input()? [was
Re: question on "input"]]
>> I first posted my question in this post, but no one seemed to answer me.
>> > It sure did, though I wish there was an easier way of coding it than
>> > int(raw_input())! Any ideas would gladly be appreciated.
> Hi Nathan,
> About the question about int(raw_input()) being a bit verbose, Brian did
> mention that we can define helper functions to make things less painful.
> Personal function definitions like this can be very useful: we don't
> always have to work at a primitive level, but can build on larger
> His suggested get_int() function:
> looks a bit big at first, but we can define it once, store it in a
> personal library somewhere, and then it'll be available for us from then
>> > By the way, is there any code floating out there that can show how
>> > many possible mixtures there are, e.g. for x0, x1, x2, x3, and a0, a1,
>> > a2, and a3 for example.
> I think people were a little confused what you meant here; can you give us
> more ideas of what this is for? "Mixture" in English means so many things
> that it's hard to give concrete answers without seeing more what you mean.
> Good luck!
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