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kah712

  • 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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  1. AppylPye
    • one year ago
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    A 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.

  2. kah712
    • one year ago
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    awesome, got it..didn't think it would be that easy! thank you

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