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I am having trouble with problem 2 on homework one. I have the code all done, but it doesn't like one of my variables... https://gist.github.com/anonymous/6116595

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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You don't say what line you get the error on, but you should check carefully the spelling of the variable name(s). I would guess that Python would give a "name not defined" error on either line 11 or line 16. It doesn't appear that the variable used on those lines will have been assigned a value.
while (remainder > 0.0): -- tt looks like remainder also hasn't been defined before it is used
I was thinking the same as above. We work through the program, get to the while loop, and say ' while remainder...' Well, there is not a remainder object in existence yet, so the programs logic grinds to a halt !

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