anonymous
  • anonymous
I wrote a function, and the function generates a random interval between 15 and 30 like this: randomint = random.randrange(15,30) I'm trying to set it up so that this randomint value adds itself to the value of a global variable every time the function is run... so let's say randomint generates 20 when running the function, and now the local variable randomint equals 20 within the function... can I take randomint and add it to some global variable called "totalsums", and keep adding to totalsums the value generated by the function each time the function is called? Sorry if this is confusing.
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
kinda sounds like a Fibonacci number. Check out examples for those problems to get inspiration. i think wiki has one
carlsmith
  • carlsmith
Erm, maybe something like... import random totalsums = 0 def randomint(): global totalsums totalsums += random.randrange(15, 30) def test_randomint(); for each in range(100): randomint() print totalsums

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