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Why does the "or" operator not work as I want?
New to coding, still just learning. My program continuously loops at line 14 for some reason. I know it's ugly code, but I just try to make it work and then tidy up later. Still not sure why the "or" operator doesn't work? Can you explain to me what's wrong?
CapnDom
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How do I get the values from a dictionary inside a list?
How do I iterate through a dictionary nested in a list and compare the values to each other and then print out the highest bidder? I am an absolute beginner and I have more problems with syntax than I have with the logic behind things - but this time I think it's both. How do I get into the dictionary entry inside the list and read the value, compare it and get the highest bidder out? The idea was to somehow read it and safe the highest bidder in a variable but this variable needs to include the name and the amount bid, too. I try for two hours now and the course has a completely different solution that is nice and all but won't help me learn about my approach. Any ideas? Sorry if this is very basic, we all started somewhere though.
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I think it could be a lot shorter, I just don't see how. It works and does what it should, but that doesn't satisfy me. I'm open for advice. PS: I f
password-generator-start
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Spacecraft
Spacecraft
import random letters = 'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ' numbers = '0123456789' symbols = '!#$%&()*+' password =[] print("Welcome to the PyPassword Generator!") nr_letters= int(input("How many letters would you like in your password?\n")) nr_symbols = int(input(f"How many symbols would you like?\n")) nr_numbers = int(input(f"How many numbers would you like?\n")) for i in range(nr_letters): password += random.choice(letters) for i in range(nr_symbols): password +=1 year ago
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The solution is different than my approach, and I would like to get mine running. Any pointers? I think I look at it for so long I won't be able to se
day-3-3-exercise
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CapnDom
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I am trying to do a course, and the solution is entirely different than this. Where is it going wrong? Any pointers? 2400 should be a leap year, but i
day-3-3-exercise
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SixBeeps
SixBeeps
Every year that is exactly divisible by four is a leap year, except for years that are exactly divisible by 100, but these centurial years are leap years if they are exactly divisible by 400 In a structured list-like form: The year is divisible by 4: The year is divisible by 100: The year is divisible by 400: YES Otherwise: NO Otherwise: YES Otherwise: NO What you have right how is: The year is divisible by 4: The year is ALMOST divisible by 100: YES The year is divisible by 401 year ago
CapnDom
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It does calculate without any error messages, but if I type my age (24) and then take the weeks (4392 weeks) and turn them into years, then it will ad
day-2-3-exercise
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CapnDom
CapnDom
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1 year ago
So I am fairly new to coding in general, this is but my second repl, but I am stumped. I look at it for such a long time now I just feel stuck. Whene
Rock, Paper, Scissors
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MikeW3
MikeW3
computer_choice is the LIST of choices, but you expect it to be the choice chosen The actual choice the computer picked is lost due to it being only in the print statement and not saved as a variable1 year ago
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I have written this little bit of code, I am entirely new and just tried a few things out. I played around with input, and then I moved on to else if
testing_out_code
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LordPython404
LordPython404
image 00 Did you just ki11 me?001 year ago
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
That says indent, not intend. It means you indented your code wrong (indentation is the spaces/tabs you put in front of a line of code). In this case, the if statement on line 9 has one too many spaces. Remove one and it'll run.1 year ago