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 one year ago
MOOC handout 2 sec 2.10 (#2)
Write a list comprehension that prints out the possible results of two coin ﬂips (one result would be ’ht’).
I'm stuck on how to even begin this code, I know that it should output 4 different results (ht,tt,hh,th) but that is it. Could anyone give me a hint?
 one year ago
MOOC handout 2 sec 2.10 (#2) Write a list comprehension that prints out the possible results of two coin ﬂips (one result would be ’ht’). I'm stuck on how to even begin this code, I know that it should output 4 different results (ht,tt,hh,th) but that is it. Could anyone give me a hint?

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AppylPye
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1A hint: You need an inner and outer loop in the list comprehension  with the outer loop controlling one of the flips and the inner loop controlling the other.

kah712
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0awesome, got it..didn't think it would be that easy! thank you
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