# alexmill/techcamp_2017

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 # Hello world def hello(): print("Hello world!") # Write a function that takes the user's name as input and greets them with by name. def greet(name): print("Hello {}! How are you?".format(name)) # Write a function that takes an input n and prints the sum of the numbers 1 to n. def sum_to_n(n): output = 0 for num in range(1,n+1): output = output + num print(output) # One-liner: sum(range(1,n+1)) # Write a function that prints the largest element in a list. (without using max function!) def find_largest2(l): largest_val = l[0] # Take the first element in the list for el in l: if el > largest_val: # If we find a larger value, call it the new largest_val largest_val = el print(largest_val) # One-liner: max(l) # Write a function that prints the elements in odd positions in a list. def return_odd(l): i = 0 # keep track of list indices for el in l: if i % 2 == 0: print(el) i = i + 1 # increment the index by 1 # One-liner: l[::2]