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"Complete sections 3.0-3.5 from Handout 3" Section 3.0 ?? I am assuming this to be a typo since exercises start with 3.1.
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"Complete sections 3.0-3.5 from Handout 3" Section 3.0 ?? I am assuming this to be a typo since exercises start with 3.1.
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andrew.m.higgs
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Yeah. Did not even notice that. Well spotted.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Having completed 3.1 I noticed the duplicate items in Test Case 3 and went back to fix-up the case when duplicates might creep into the intersection. Try adding this test case for the pathological case. >>> print list_intersection( [2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 4, 5], [2, 4, 5, 7] ) [2, 4, 5, 7]
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Mine worked. :-)

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Ack we'll change the e-mail! Thanks @Screech!

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