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Jadzia
 one year ago
Python Exercise Question:
http://snag.gy/xi2vC.jpg
Input: 4, 5, bad data, 7, done
Desired Output should be:
`Invalid input`
`Maximum is 7`
`Minimum is 4`
What I did so far:
http://snag.gy/D3aZ3.jpg
I keep getting the output wrong. I also tried using max() and min() function but it doesn't work either. Please someone kindly help me. I've been doing this problem since yesterday.
Jadzia
 one year ago
Python Exercise Question: http://snag.gy/xi2vC.jpg Input: 4, 5, bad data, 7, done Desired Output should be: `Invalid input` `Maximum is 7` `Minimum is 4` What I did so far: http://snag.gy/D3aZ3.jpg I keep getting the output wrong. I also tried using max() and min() function but it doesn't work either. Please someone kindly help me. I've been doing this problem since yesterday.

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rsmith6559
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Your program is dealing mostly with numbers, so initializing your variable to None isn't useful. If they were initted to 0, they'd be usable immediately. Your else statement should be executed before the elif statements. Stop and think about the correct inputs that you want. Remember that raw_input() returns string data. Check your input BEFORE you try to do any work with it.

Jadzia
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Oh I got it! Thank you so much :)
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