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AppylPye
 2 years ago
The following is a link to three solutions to Homework 3, Exercise 3.1 Exercise 3.1 – Additional List Practice, assigned for week 5 of the Mechanical MOOC:
http://ideone.com/pzRLZ5
In the first solution, each item that occurs in both lists occurs in the returned list the same number of times it appears in the first list.
The second solution returns a list where each item that appears in both lists appears only once in the returned list.
In the third solution, each item appears in the returned list the lesser of the number of times it appears in the two lists.
AppylPye
 2 years ago
The following is a link to three solutions to Homework 3, Exercise 3.1 Exercise 3.1 – Additional List Practice, assigned for week 5 of the Mechanical MOOC: http://ideone.com/pzRLZ5 In the first solution, each item that occurs in both lists occurs in the returned list the same number of times it appears in the first list. The second solution returns a list where each item that appears in both lists appears only once in the returned list. In the third solution, each item appears in the returned list the lesser of the number of times it appears in the two lists.

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AlbionsRefuge
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1I'm obviously not "thinking" in Python yet. http://ideone.com/4rm65I
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