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nzweben

need help with my function for p4 in pset 4: for shift in range(28): startpoint = start switch = False newtext= apply_shift(text[start: ], -shift) words = newtext.split() for word in words: if is_word(wordlist, word) == True: startpoint = startpoint + len(word) switch = True if switch == True: if startpoint == len(text): return [(start, shift)] else: return [(start, shift)] + find_best_shifts(wordlist, text[0:start]+newtext, startpoint+1)

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  1. andrew.m.higgs
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    An explanation of what is expected could be useful.

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  2. nzweben
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    I figured out! Thank you

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  3. andrew.m.higgs
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    :-)

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    Is the hangman problem I think, if is the problem for the computer to find the best hand, you'll have to test each word, but before check the hand, so your range wouldn't be the 80K words.

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