Kandi
  • Kandi
I am trying to run the following python script: x = 100 divisors = () for i in range(1,x): if x%i == 0: divisors = divisors+(i,) When run, I do not get an answer. Suggestions?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
may not make a different but I would put if x % i == 0: (put in a space before and after %
anonymous
  • anonymous
What output are you looking for? Is that all the code? I'm thinking that you should append to your list instead of just adding it. Tr this divisors.append(i)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Also, if that is your complete code, you have forgotten to write your print statement. I.e. print divisors I ran your code and it works fine for me.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
One more thing, forget the "divisors.append(i)" code i gave you earlier, that code only works for lists and I see you initialised "divisors" as a tuple. Though you can use the code I mentioned if you change your 2nd line to divisors = [] Hope that sorts you out.
Kandi
  • Kandi
Thank you!!! I didn't have the print statement...so simple.
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem :D

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