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I did an exercise to learn Python and it isn't working

By : Ponce Carlos
Date : September 15 2020, 09:00 PM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further It looks like you are missing an i in def __int__(self, genus, species, author, year):
code :

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Learn Python the Hard Way, Exercise 48

By : Testoro
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps The words in the test are in the same order going in as coming out. As such you need to re-order your for-loops to iterate over the input first:
code :
    value = []
    for rompe in stringo.split():
        for asigna in vocabulary:
            for encuentra in asigna:
                if encuentra[1] == rompe:
vocabulary = {
    'direction': 'north east south west up down left right back'.split(),
    'noun': 'bear princess door cabinet'.split(),
    'stop': 'the in of from at it'.split(),
    'verb': 'go kill eat stop'.split(),

This creates a lookup using a dictionary-comprehension:
{'at': 'stop',
# [...]
 'up': 'direction',
 'west': 'direction'}
classifications = {i: k for k, v in vocabulary.iteritems() for i in v}

def classify(word):
        return 'number', int(word)
    except ValueError:
        return classifications.get(word, 'error'), word

def scan(words):
    return [classify(word) for word in words.split()]

Exercise 39 from 'Learn Ruby the Hard Way' - Not working

By : ki_ha1984
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps This is from exercise 39 from Learn Ruby The Hardway , I think the problem is with your arguments in Dict module.
code :
def Dict.set(aDict, Key, value)
def Dict.set(aDict, key, value)

Learn Python, exercise 6.7

By : J Ross
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps I'm reading Lutz & Ascher - Learn Python and I found this as a solution to one of the exercises:
code :
def placeOrder(self, foodName, employee):
    # place order with an Employee
    self.food = employee.takeOrder(foodName)

Learn Python the Hard Way: Exercise 46

By : Krisztian Tabori
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you To touch a file is to simply create an empty file with that name. Use notepad and save a file with the name with no contents in it, making sure that you are in the proper directory.
For an answer to why would you want the __init__.py file in the first place, see this question.

Learn SQL the hard way - exercise 1. sqlite3 ex1.db < ex1.sql not working

By : Luis Fernando
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps You need to put the SQL statement(s) into the SQL file, and that tutorial is implying you should put:
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