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# Nico Brand Nickikku

• Closesure
Created Jul 18, 2017
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 #adds only if values are no teens, exept for 15 & 16. def no_teen_sum(a, b, c): if ((a > 10 and a < 15) or (a > 16 and a < 20)) and ((b > 10 and b < 15) or (b > 16 and b < 20)) and ((c > 10 and c < 15) or (c > 16 and c < 20)): return 0 if (a > 10 and a < 15) or (a > 16 and a < 20): if (b > 10 and b < 15) or (b > 16 and b < 20): return c
Created Jul 18, 2017
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 #lucky number is 13 in this case. It means that when input == 13, it will stop the sum of a + b + c. def lucky_sum(a, b, c): if a == 13: #if a == 13 it returns 0 return 0 elif b == 13: #if b == 13 it returns only a return a elif c == 13: #if c == 13 it returns the sum of a + b return a + b else: #if none of them are 13, the sum of a + b + c is calculated
Created Jul 18, 2017
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 #this function returns lenght of the string number of times of input string. If the string contains 3 characters, it will return #character 1 + 1, 2 + 1, 2, 3 def string_splosion(str): a = '' for i in range(len(str)): a += str[:(i+1)] return a
Created Jul 18, 2017
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 def front_back(str): if len(str) <= 1: #if the string only has one character, it returns just that one. return str a = str[1:-1] #takes the string without the first and the last character. return str[-1] + a + str[0] #adds the last, the middle and the first sections together.
Last active Jul 3, 2017
Guess_game
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 Created on Mon Jul 3 16:07:34 2017 @author: nickikku """ import random d = int(random.randint(1,10)) #print(d) e = 1
Last active Jul 3, 2017
Rock_paper_scissors
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 Created on Mon Jul 3 15:15:26 2017 @author: nickikku """ print("Let\'s play the game: \'rock, paper, scissors\'") g = 10 a = input("player one, please enter your name: ") b = input("player two, please enter your name: ") while g > 0:
Last active Jul 3, 2017
Simple_exercises_python
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 Created on Mon Jul 3 12:14:05 2017 @author: nickikku """ a = [1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89] b = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13] c = [] for i in a: if i in b: