[Tutor] Using and

Wayne Werner waynejwerner at gmail.com
Sun Feb 21 14:53:43 CET 2010

On Sun, Feb 21, 2010 at 7:44 AM, jim serson <fubarninja at hotmail.com> wrote:

>  Can anyone tell me if I can have my program check to see if something is
> true the add to count
> For example something like
> if c_1 and c_2 and c_3 true:
>             count + 1
> or if I can use it after splitting an input the problem is the input is
> variable so I don't know if I can do such a thing without knowing the input
> ahead of time. if anyone can tell me if this is possible or if I should be
> doing something else that would be grate thanks.

Your explanation is a little ambiguous. Try writing out some pseudo-code of
what you want to do, i.e.

get input, assign to c1
assign random number to c2
get another input, assign to c3

check if c1, c2, and c3 are all non-empty strings
if yes, do something
otherwise do something else

If you can do that, someone can probably help you.

Otherwise we're just shooting in the dark, and no one likes that.

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every vice, has found its defenders, its rhetoric, its ennoblement and
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