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Distinct Primes Finder > 1000

0 likes • Nov 18, 2022 • 3 views
Python
primes=[]
products=[]
def prime(num):
if num > 1:
for i in range(2,num):
if (num % i) == 0:
return False
else:
primes.append(num)
return True
for n in range(30,1000):
if len(primes) >= 20:
break;
else:
prime(n)
for previous, current in zip(primes[::2], primes[1::2]):
products.append(previous * current)
print (products)

Shuffle Deck of Cards

0 likes • May 31, 2023 • 1 view
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import random
# Define the ranks, suits, and create a deck
ranks = ['Ace', '2', '3', '4', '5', '6', '7', '8', '9', '10', 'Jack', 'Queen', 'King']
suits = ['Hearts', 'Diamonds', 'Clubs', 'Spades']
deck = [(rank, suit) for rank in ranks for suit in suits]
# Shuffle the deck
random.shuffle(deck)
# Display the shuffled deck
for card in deck:
print(card[0], "of", card[1])

print indices

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# List
lst = [1, 2, 3, 'Alice', 'Alice']
# One-Liner
indices = [i for i in range(len(lst)) if lst[i]=='Alice']
# Result
print(indices)
# [3, 4]

combine values

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from collections import defaultdict
def combine_values(*dicts):
res = defaultdict(list)
for d in dicts:
for key in d:
res[key].append(d[key])
return dict(res)
d1 = {'a': 1, 'b': 'foo', 'c': 400}
d2 = {'a': 3, 'b': 200, 'd': 400}
combine_values(d1, d2) # {'a': [1, 3], 'b': ['foo', 200], 'c': [400], 'd': [400]}

Mad libs generator

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#Loop back to this point once code finishes
loop = 1
while (loop < 10):
#All the questions that the program asks the user
noun = input("Choose a noun: ")
p_noun = input("Choose a plural noun: ")
noun2 = input("Choose a noun: ")
place = input("Name a place: ")
adjective = input("Choose an adjective (Describing word): ")
noun3 = input("Choose a noun: ")
#Displays the story based on the users input
print ("------------------------------------------")
print ("Be kind to your",noun,"- footed", p_noun)
print ("For a duck may be somebody's", noun2,",")
print ("Be kind to your",p_noun,"in",place)
print ("Where the weather is always",adjective,".")
print ()
print ("You may think that is this the",noun3,",")
print ("Well it is.")
print ("------------------------------------------")
#Loop back to "loop = 1"
loop = loop + 1

Create a Floyd’s Triangle

0 likes • May 31, 2023 • 0 views
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def generate_floyds_triangle(num_rows):
triangle = []
number = 1
for row in range(num_rows):
current_row = []
for _ in range(row + 1):
current_row.append(number)
number += 1
triangle.append(current_row)
return triangle
def display_floyds_triangle(triangle):
for row in triangle:
for number in row:
print(number, end=" ")
print()
# Prompt the user for the number of rows
num_rows = int(input("Enter the number of rows for Floyd's Triangle: "))
# Generate Floyd's Triangle
floyds_triangle = generate_floyds_triangle(num_rows)
# Display Floyd's Triangle
display_floyds_triangle(floyds_triangle)