printing a string in object oriented programming

I’m working on a MOOC on Python Programming and am having a hard time finding a solution to a problem set. I hope you can provide some assistance. The problem statement is: This problem uses the same Pet, Owner, and Name classes from the previous problem. In this one, instead of printing a string that… Read More printing a string in object oriented programming

function to output pairwise of passed letters

I would like to create a python function, that can take in letters and output a pairwise comparison of the letter given. So for example, if my function is named pairwise_letters(), then it should behave as follows: >>> pairwise_letters(‘AB’) AB >>> pairwise_letters(‘ABC’) AB BC AC >>> pairwise_letters(‘ABCD’) AB BC CD AC BD AD >>> pairwise_letters(‘ABCDE’)… Read More function to output pairwise of passed letters

How do I sort a list of dictionaries this way?

Suppose You have a list of dictionaries like the below. data = [ { ‘id’:1, ‘name’:’ABC corporation’, ‘state’: ‘WA’ }, { ‘id’:2, ‘name’:’ABC corporation’, ‘state’: ‘QLD’ }, { ‘id’:3, ‘name’:’ABC corporation’, ‘state’: ‘WA’ }, { ‘id’:4, ‘name’:’ABC corporation’, ‘state’: ‘QLD’ }, { ‘id’:5, ‘name’:’ABC corporation’, ‘state’: ‘WA’ } ] I want all the dictionaries where… Read More How do I sort a list of dictionaries this way?

How to create a nested dictionary comprehensions?

How to convert the following code into a nested comprehensions? new_dict = {‘Accounts’: ‘lbl1’, ‘Inventory’: ‘lbl2’, ‘Manufacture’: ‘lbl3’, ‘PayRoll’: ‘lbl4’, ‘kannagu’: ‘lbl1’, ‘Saragu’: ‘lbl2’, ‘Thayarippu’: ‘lbl3’, ‘Sambalam’: ‘lbl4’, ‘F1’: ‘lbl1’, ‘F2’: ‘lbl2’, ‘F3’: ‘lbl3’, ‘F4’: ‘lbl4’} dict_keys = {‘name’: {‘lbl1’: ‘label1’, ‘lbl2’: ‘label2’, ‘lbl3’: ‘label3’, ‘lbl4’: ‘label4’}, ‘item3’: {‘lbl1’: ‘F1’, ‘lbl2’: ‘F2’, ‘lbl3’: ‘F3’, ‘lbl4’:… Read More How to create a nested dictionary comprehensions?

Lists stored as values in a dictionary of variable length – how to access all the last list items?

What is the most efficient way to access all the last list items of lists stored in a dictionary? Please note that I am looking for a solution that works independently of the numbers of items in the dictionary. As an example, here I would like to check if a number is higher than any… Read More Lists stored as values in a dictionary of variable length – how to access all the last list items?

Retrieve value from dictionary with list

I see so many questions but not found any with dictionary like that: I have this dict: my_dict = { ‘og_min’: ‘https://www.example.com/assets/images/empreendimentos/listing-varanda-vila-ema.png?_=1000’, ‘images_sobre_o_produto’: [‘https://www.example.com/assets/images/enterprises/varanda-vila-ema/fachada.png?_=1000’, ‘https://www.example.com/assets/images/enterprises/retrato-by-dialogo/living.png?_=1000’%5D} How can iterate over that dict to get all urls one at time? If I use something like: for values in my_dict.values(): print(values) for value in values: print(value) The first… Read More Retrieve value from dictionary with list

Comparing two lists of tuples and looking for different values

I have two lists of tuples. For example: The first one I keep: [ ("base", "first_val", "value 1", "1"), ("base", "first_val", "value 2", "0"), ("base", "first_val", "value 3", "2"), ("base", "second_val", "value 1", "10"), ("base", "second_val", "value 2", "10"), ("base", "third_val", "value 1", "100"), ("base", "third_val", "value 2", "1"), ("base", "fourth_val", "value 1", "param 1",… Read More Comparing two lists of tuples and looking for different values