anonymous
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Exercise 3.4 people function I have spent a fair amount of time on trying to get this function to work and now it seems as if it does. It returns the correct answer but I am not convinced that it is the best way to implement it. def people(age): n1=[] for name, xxx in combined_dict.iteritems(): if age==xxx: n1.append(name) return n1 Thanks
MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Like many of the exercises, insufficient thought was given when it was designed. I used similar technique and thought, too, that it was just plain silly to do it that way.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks Screech,
andrew.m.higgs
  • andrew.m.higgs
We need to remember that these exercises are not always going to be the optimal way to do something but rather are designed to test what w know about something. In this case the test its about using dictionaries. How would you improve the way the question is asked?

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anonymous
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I'm in the MOOC "Gentle Python" course. Often I'm torn on how to do these lessons. I assume we should try to become deeply familiar with Python basics as much as possible. Thus, I generally try to complete these MIT assignments using what we've learned in Gentle Python rather than jumping ahead to investigate new Python techniques. For example, I notice that frankdpnw used "iteritems()" to write code, which is ahead of me. I was able to finish the assignment without using that function but at the same time I read about it in Python documents and practiced using it just to have an understanding.

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