# index value of the tuples

write a function named sums that takes 3 arguments: 2 lists of integers nums1 and nums2, and an integer target; then return a tuple containing indices i and j of the two numbers in nums1 and nums2, respectively, where the numbers at that indices add up to target (i.e, nums1[i] + num2[j] = target). If there is no solution, return “Not found”. The function sums must contain exactly only one loop (either a for-loop or a while-loop), otherwise you will get no point. A nested-loop is considered as more than one loop.

``````def sums(nums1, nums2, target):
nums1 = [11, 2, 15, 7, 8]
nums2 = [2, 3, 4, 5]
target_number = 9
for i in range(len(nums1)):
for j in range(len(nums2)):
total = nums1[i] + nums2[j]
if total == target:
a = (nums1[i], nums2[j])
print(a)
``````

This is the code that i have written and i am struggling to get the index values can anyone please help!

### >Solution :

You can solve it in O(n) with a dictionary and a single for loop;

``````nums1 = [11, 2, 15, 7, 8]
nums2 = [2, 3, 4, 5]
target_number = 9

def sums(nums1, nums2, target):
d = dict(zip(nums2, range(len(nums2))))
for i,n in enumerate(nums1):
remainder = target-n
if remainder in d:
return (i, d[remainder])
Output: `(3, 0)`
Be aware that while there is a single `for` loop, the code is looping to construct the dictionary, it’s just not visible directly.