anonymous
  • anonymous
solution to PS3 problem 2 using recursion: if you use recurion to solve this you have to call the function with 3 parameters : target, key and 0. Where 0 initializes the begining of where you want to start checking the string. In this recursive version I cant slice the string. from string import * # the code below is PS3 problelm 2 using recursion. #you have to call it with 3 parameters: target,key and 0 (as the begining point) # also it puts the indexes in a list instead of a tuple but that is an easy switch def match(t,k, beg): mylist= [] if find
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anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry some of this got cut off the first time def match(t,k, beg): mylist= [] if find(t,k,beg) >=0: mylist = [find(t,k,beg)] beg = find(t,k,beg)+1 mylist = mylist + match(t,k,beg) return mylist
anonymous
  • anonymous
please us a code pasting site dpaste.com pastebin.com codepad.org and select Python for syntax highlighting
anonymous
  • anonymous
not necessarily - but if you don't you may have to massage the result http://codepad.org/mP4T0PGl

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