Questions tagged [python-3.x]

Python 3 is the latest version of the Python programming language and was formally released on December 3rd, 2008. Use this tag along with the main python tag to denote programs that are meant to be run on a Python 3 interpreter only. Do not mix this tag with the python-2.x tag.

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Forecasts for construction equipment dealers

I was wondering if it is possible to speed up this script? The source file has 90,000 rows, and it has to create a separate forecast for 1200 unique dealers using fbprophet. I'm new to python so I'm ...
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Google Foobar Level 1 - Minion Task Schedule

I recently just stumbled upon a post regarding Google Foobar Level 2 and decided to try it out myself but starting from Level 1. The description and code are shown below. Write a function called <...
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Generate prime factorisations of factorial numbers

The code was written to generate the factorisation of numbers into primes in ascending order. E.g 3! ='2 * 3', 4!='2^3 * 3'. When I have huge numbers such as 100!, the run time becomes a problem. I ...
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Calling different class objects using python

Im trying to get more grip of Classes and also calling different classes to each other which will be more understandable when showing code before: Utils.py ...
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Higher or Lower guessing game

After an extended absence from coding, I decided I would make something to try and get back on my feet again. I ended up making a project that I have made several times before, a higher-lower guessing ...
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Google foobar level 2 challenge

I am a beginner in Python-3. I was solving a level 2 challenge in Google Foobar. Given an initial amount of items (LAMBs) I have to distribute it among individuals, who are ranked according to ...
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Tennis simulation

I am new to Python and coding in general, and I would like feedback on this program that I wrote. It simulates a tennis game, based on a players "serv chance" (how likely it is that a player ...
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Bulk slack emoji downloader

NOTE The script relies on ruamel-yaml and requests packages available on pypi. I wrote a script which goes over the pack file details as specified by the emojipacks project, and downloads (and saves) ...
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Snake using Pygame

I'd be grateful if you could review my code. Please be as critical towards it as possible and yet indulgent when it comes to asking my first question here. This is a simple snake game using pygame. I ...
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Capitalizing the first letter of every word in a string (with arbitrary spacing)

I solved the following question You are asked to ensure that the first and last names of people begin with a capital letter in their passports. For example, alison heck should be capitalised ...
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Fibonacci sequence output

Here's the code I'm having trouble shortening. I am currently a beginner in Python 3.x. ...
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Reddit bot in Python

I have created a Reddit bot that goes through an "x" amount of posts. For each post it pulls all the comments from that post into a list then a data frame and then it loops over a CSV look ...
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How can I reduce the TIme Complexity. of the python program

I have 7000 CSV files that I want to do operation on. but the problem is that it takes to much time like it takes 13 seconds to process these files. What I need to know is which operation take more ...
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Optimizing recursive backtrack search algorithm in Skyscraper puzzle

I'm trying to solve a skyscraper puzzle for 6x6 boards using constraint programming and then backtracking. My solution works but is too slow, for certain cases, it takes up to 2 seconds and I was ...
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Getting death row inmates' last statement

Initial version of the code appeared as an answer to an SO question. I refactored the code a bit and it works pretty well, IMHO. I get a solid .csv file with all ...
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Chess Dictionary Validator from Automatic Boring Stuff with Python

This project is in chapter 5 introduced me to a whole new world of dictionary data structure. To put it briefly, I want to know whether the choice I took between lists, tuples, and dictionaries could'...
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Python script to extract columns from a CSV file

I have a very basic python script that reads a CSV file. I'm importing the csv module setting some empty list variables and getting the data I want. The problem is that I know there is a much more ...
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Creating some Loaded Dice to make our board game fairer

Some friends and I were playing a board game and decided that the random dice rolls just weren't fair! So we came up with a scheme for making the rolls slightly more evenly distributed, and I ...
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Chess game object-oriented

This is an object-oriented Chess game. So far, I have implemented the pawn and board functionalities and I would love to get a ...
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Coin Flip Streak from Automate the Boring Stuff with Python

I apologize beforehand if the question has been repeated so many times. This is a practice task from Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. In brief, the task entails writing a code that carries out ...
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Add 'ing' or 'ly' suffix to a string

I have been practising Python Practice questions and came across this question: Write a Python program to add 'ing' at the end of a given string (length should be at least 3). If the given string ...
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Programmatically using `exec` to load files

I'm making a command line interface (CLI) role playing tool that tracks the state of the world, storing characters, monsters, etc as text files so their data can be edited directly if needed (free Vim ...
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“join” two list of dictionaries on Id

I have two lists of dictionaries where both have the same "id" key but otherwise different data. ...
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Hackerrank: Count the number of palindromes in a given string

I am solving a problem for Hackerrank where I have to count the number of palindromes in a given string. I have the following code which counts the number of palindromes accurately but times out for ...
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SHA256 password cracker - v2 with concurrency

I have updated my previous code with the suggestions. I have also implemented concurrency to speed up the results. I'd be interested for comments on a more efficient use on concurrency / parallel ...
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Bounded spigot algorithms for e and pi in Python

I've written bounded spigot algorithms(Spigot Algorithm) for e and pi. I would like to understand if there is anything I can do to make this more efficient. I've done things already like move the ...
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Counting maximum number of elements in right order

There is an source and target. example: source:[a,b,e,d,s,t,c,v,t] target:[a,e,v,g,r,b,c,v,t] target and source have same number of elements. how can I count elements in source ordered correctly ...
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Python - Game stat calculator

So this is the code to a calculator I made for a game. Essentially what the calculator does is, it calculates the cost of buying the next stat. So I wrote the code just for the Human race and the ...
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Printing 1,000,000 numbers in 1 sec. in Python

Here's a fairly simple task from CSES Problem Set - Permutations 1070 that reads: A permutation of integers 1,2, …, n is called beautiful if there are no adjacent elements whose difference is 1. ...
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Summing Sequence with Combinatorics

I am looking for help for two things. proof of correctness (the tests have passed, but I do not now how to prove it correct) Improvements on the Algorithm Efficiency. The algorithm goes through 2 ...
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LeetCode 8: String to Integer (atoi)

I'm posting a solution for LeetCode's "String to Integer (atoi)". If you'd like to review, please do. Thank you! Problem Implement atoi which converts a string to an integer. The function ...
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Gradient descent algorithm for solving localization problem in 3-dimensional space

Task This code accomplishes the Time Difference of Arrival (TDoA) multilateration problem (see) using gradient descent (known otherwise as steepest descent). Goal I'm looking to: a) Improve speed: In ...
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Cave explorer: using stack

Story Original Link written in korean Frodo, a backcountry explorer, came to explore an underground cave with n rooms during his expedition. All rooms are numbered 0 through n-1. There are many, the ...
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Line protocol point generator

I made this little tool for something I was trying to accomplish at work. It works as intended but a personal goal of mine is to improve my code design so it's more simple, readable, and contributable....
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Finding cheapest route (turn costs 500, going straight costs 100)

Story Original link written in korean Jordi, the architect of a construction company, received a request from a customer for an estimate for the construction of a raceway. According to the raceway ...
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Generate simple sinusoidal sounds and plot signal/fft

I made a small python script to create an audio sound used as stimuli. It's one of my first uses of super(), and I do not know if I did it right. I'm looking for ...
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This is Crossing river code

Story Niñez friends from Kakao Elementary School meet a stream with stepping stones on an autumn picnic with Ms. Ryan and are about to cross over to the other side. Ms. Ryan made the following rules ...
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Graph: A backcountry explorer

Would you help me? I want to make this code efficient and simple. Original Link Frodo, a backcountry explorer, came to explore an underground cave with n rooms during his expedition. All rooms are ...
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TicTacToe in Python OOP

I did this Tic-Tac-Toe as an exercise for OOP. I would like to know possible improvements (the method main loop is too rock and roll, if you have suggestion to reduce it and improve readability). Code:...
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Automate the Boring Stuff with Python 2nd Edition - Sandwich Maker Practice Project

I am in learning process, even though its a very easy project, I still want experts to please review it and share the improvement that can be done, if anyone wants to use other modules to shorten the ...
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Finding Pattern Score in Python

I saw this problem in C++ on here and decided to try it in Python, which was much simpler. I've used the same problem blurb as in the link above, so they are consistent. I'm sure my code can be ...
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Assembly REPL in Python using ctypes

I created a assembly REPL using some ctypes hacks to run the assembly code. Any suggestions on how I could improve it? I am unconcerned about some of the "obvious" security issues such as ...
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How to find the next sequence of integers?

I was thinking of the following problem: List all sequences \$ a_1, a_2, a_3, a_4, a_5, a_6, a_7 \$ of positive integers where \$ 1 \le a_1 < a_2 < \ldots < a_7 \le 39 \$. For any sequence ...
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“superior” input function

Have you ever written a python script, then got to a part where you have to get input from the user? I would assume your code went something like this: ...
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Manage list of subjects (show, delete, add) in Python

This is my code. It loops a menu, from which you can select whether you want to add a subject, see all subjects or delete a subject. Is there anything style- or functionality-wise to add or correct? <...
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Program to move in a 2d array given instructions, array and starting position

Original problem (not in English): https://pokval21.kattis.com/problems/pokval21.robotdammsugaren How can my code be optimized? ...
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Program Arcade Games: Ch 16 Worksheet 2D-Array Algorithm

The check_celebrity() function below takes an n*n grid as its parameter and prints the celebrity if there is one. A celebrity is ...
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Check Windows computer's usage of CPU and other resources

I am new to Python and tkinter and I made software which checks Windows computer's usage of: CPU, RAM, Storage, Upload Speed, Download Speed, Latency and Ping. If the output exceeds the input, an ...
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Multiple if-statements with overwriting lists

I currently have the following piece of code in place that attempts to find matches within a list, based on a priority system: ...
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Web Crawler for notice of assessment retrieval

Context: I want to check if notice of assessment are valid. What I did: I wrote some code to extract textual information from PDF (with OCR on image contained in the PDF): ...

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