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PS3,Q2: The goal is to find the locations of a key string in a target string and then print these locations as a tuple. My code seems to be working. However, I'm curious if there is alternative way to create the locations found as a tuple. I chose to create an iterative function that stored the found locations as a list and then converted the list into a tuple at the end. Any thoughts on a better method? http://codepad.org/RGHYVQy7

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  1. maitre_kaio
    • 5 years ago
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    Here is my solution, where I manipulate tuples all the way: http://codepad.org/ENMqLhEQ

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