Is there a way to actually sumbit problem sets if so could you help ... if not where could I locate solutions?
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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There are solutions posted along with the problem sets.
Whenever I run the solutions to the problem set the program just crashes.
not very helpful
Crashes in what way? The solution sets all work for me, so it's not a problem with the code.
Either way, the solutions are helpful to read through and understand the code, so even if you can't get them running, they are still very helpful in understanding why the code is how it is, and why your code is different.
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I cannot read the code if the program crashed. For instance for "Problem set 1: Paying off credit card debt." I download the solutions, open the file and it asks me for the inputs. After typing in balance, annual rate and min balance rate the files just closes and disappears.
You need to open the .py file with IDLE. Do not double click, as it will launch the program in a command prompt. Go into IDLE, click File -> Open, and open the .py file of the solution set.