(16%) consider 3 digits integers 100 till 999. (a) (6%) compute the probability of 3 digits even number such as 100, 102, 104, etc. (b) (10%) compute the probability of a 3 digits integers with the sum of 3 digits an even integer. for example, 123 is 3 digits with sum of 3 digits even (sum =6), but 315 is 3 digits with sum of 3 digits odd (sum = 9).
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to complete the function that is to return the indexth value from the comma-separated values as an integer.
and since we've been hinted to consider using the split() method and the int() function.
we'll have to execute the below function which you can also see the screenshot in the attached image.
l = CSV_string.split(',')
n = int(l[index])
The solution code is written in Python 3.def processCSV(CSV_string, index): data = CSV_string.split(",") result = data[index] return int(result) processCSV('111,22,3333,4', 2)
Firstly, create function and name it as processCSV() with two parameters, CSV_string and index (Line 1).
Since the CSV_string is a collection of integers separated by comma, we can make use of Python String built-in method split() to convert the CSV_string into a list of numbers by using "," as separator (Line 2).
Next, we can use the index to extract the target value from the list (Line 3).
Since the value in the list is still a string and therefore we shall use Python built-in method int() to convert the target value from string type to integer and return it as output of the function (Line 4)
We can test our function by using the sample test case (Line 6) and we shall see the expected output: 3333.
Yes she is right. Hope that helps
number = int(input("Enter a number: "))
product = 1
while number > 0:
digit = number % 10
number -= digit
number /= 10
product *= digit
*The code is in Python
Ask the user for an integer
Initialize the product variable that will hold the multiplication of the digits
Initialize a while loop that iterates until number is greater than 0
To find the digit of a number, use number modulo 10. Then subtract the result from the number and divide the new number by 10.
Multiply each digit and hold the value in the product
When the loop is done, print the product