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anonymous
 4 years ago
I watching this lecture video and I get a wrong result,( skip video to 29:53). link:
http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electricalengineeringandcomputerscience/600introductiontocomputerscienceandprogrammingfall2008/videolectures/lecture4

Does anyone have the source code or can make one the same? I made my own code but it displays the wrong result. can you comment on my source code what I did wrong?
my source code
>>> def solve(numLegs, numHeads):
for numChicks in range(0, numHeads + 1):
numPigs = numHeads  numChicks
totLegs = 4*numPigs + 2*numChicks
if totLegs == numLegs:
return [numPigs, numChicks]
return [None, None]
>>> def barnYard():
heads = int(raw_input('Enter number of Heads: '))
legs = int(raw_input('Enter number of Legs: '))
pigs, chickens = solve(legs, heads)
if pigs == None:
print 'There is no solution'
else:
print 'Number of pigs: ', pigs
print 'Number Chickens: ', chickens
>>> barnYard()
Enter number of Heads: 20
Enter number of Legs: 56
There is no solution
It should be
Enter number of Heads: 20
Enter number of Legs: 56
Number of pigs: 8
Number Chickens: 12
anonymous
 4 years ago
I watching this lecture video and I get a wrong result,( skip video to 29:53). link: http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electricalengineeringandcomputerscience/600introductiontocomputerscienceandprogrammingfall2008/videolectures/lecture4  Does anyone have the source code or can make one the same? I made my own code but it displays the wrong result. can you comment on my source code what I did wrong? my source code >>> def solve(numLegs, numHeads): for numChicks in range(0, numHeads + 1): numPigs = numHeads  numChicks totLegs = 4*numPigs + 2*numChicks if totLegs == numLegs: return [numPigs, numChicks] return [None, None] >>> def barnYard(): heads = int(raw_input('Enter number of Heads: ')) legs = int(raw_input('Enter number of Legs: ')) pigs, chickens = solve(legs, heads) if pigs == None: print 'There is no solution' else: print 'Number of pigs: ', pigs print 'Number Chickens: ', chickens >>> barnYard() Enter number of Heads: 20 Enter number of Legs: 56 There is no solution It should be Enter number of Heads: 20 Enter number of Legs: 56 Number of pigs: 8 Number Chickens: 12

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