I'm on ps6. I've written the RunSimulation() method, but I'm not getting anywhere near close the number of clock cycles as they get in the handout ( I get ~40 vs their 150).
http://pastebin.com/kfF32kcp here is my code. Sorry it's a bit messy.
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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i'll comment on all i see:
-do lines 70 and 73 work?
-what does line 94 do?
- you should delete all those 'raise NotImplementedError' lines
-108 thru 111; you don't need the if/else just 'return self.tile in self.cleaned'
-153 thru 156 ditto
-259 thru 265; what if the second attempt hits a wall? - you might be cleaning tiles that aren't in the room
-line 307; bots is a list just iterate over it -> for bot in bots:
-311/312; the built-in function sum() takes an iterator -> time_sum = sum(times)
Thanks for the help. Corrected most of the points you raised. Except
-259 thru 265
I'm assuming changing direction takes a time-step. I guess up to 75% of the possible new directions can still lead to hitting a wall. maybe ill change that.
At the moment I'm getting well above what the brief quotes for times. Swings and round abouts.
Ok, deleted last comment as it was wrong, must have mistaken which shell was running the solution and my code.
Turned out I needed to treat the percentage done as a float. Not sure why that made a difference