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Wed Feb 24 05:19:10 CET 2010
On 24 February 2010 12:58, Shurui Liu (Aaron Liu) <shurui91 at gmail.com> wrote:
> This time is not my assignment, I promise.
> In python, when we want to list numbers, we use the command "range", like,
> if we want to list integer from 0 to 9, we can write: range(10); if we want
> to list integer from 10 to 29, we can write: range(10,30). I was going to
> show a list of number from 1.0 to 1.9, and I did this in the same way as
> integer: range(1.0,2.0,0.1), but it doesn't work. Can you help me? Thank
Remember to include your error messages instead of saying "it doesn't work".
It appears that range only supports integers. I did a quick search for
"python float range" and the first link was the following:
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