- Sep 11: Updated main.ipynb: Updated q18 statement for more clarification
- Sep 13: Fixed test.py to work on machines where Jupyter is run with
py -m jupyter notebook
In this project, you'll learn about types, operators, and boolean
logic. To start, create a
p2 directory, and download
test.py to that directory (IMPORTANT: use the same process to
download that you used for P1, which involves left-clicking the files
and then right-clicking the "Raw" button).
You will change
main.ipynb and hand it in. You should not change
test.py, and you should not hand it in.
After you've downloaded both files to
p2, open a terminal window and
cd to navigate to that directory. You will likely need to
review the steps you used to cd to
p1 for the previous project, then
adapt those steps for
p2. To make sure you're in the correct
directory in terminal, type
ls and make sure you see
Now run the following command:
You should see the following output:
Summary: Test 1: PASS Test 2: no outputs in an Out[N] cell Test 3: PASS Test 4: no outputs in an Out[N] cell Test 5: no outputs in an Out[N] cell Test 6: no outputs in an Out[N] cell Test 7: no outputs in an Out[N] cell Test 8: no outputs in an Out[N] cell Test 9: no outputs in an Out[N] cell Test 10: found 3001 but expected 301 Test 11: found :):):) but expected :):):):):):):):):):) Test 12: found 777777 but expected 42 Test 13: found 25 but expected 125 Test 14: no outputs in an Out[N] cell Test 15: found True but expected False Test 16: found False but expected True Test 17: found False but expected True Test 18: found 3 but expected True Test 19: found False but expected True Test 20: no outputs in an Out[N] cell TOTAL SCORE: 10.00%
This means if you turn in main.py now, you'll get 10% for your score. Pretty good for having done nothing yet, no?
You would get 10% because there are 20 problems, each worth 5%, and we
have done problems 1 and 3 for you. You can see this because the
output above says "PASS" by them. Your goal is to get more points by
getting test.py to print "PASS" by more problems. In some cases, you
can see there is no answer in the original notebook (when it says
no outputs in an Out[N] cell), and in other cases you need to make a
change to correct a wrong answer (e.g., when it says
found 25 but expected 125).
Now let's open a second terminal window (we want one to run Jupyter
and one to run the tests). In the second one, perform the same steps
to navigate to
p2 (again checking with
ls). Now run
jupyter notebook (or, if that doesn't work, try
python -m jupyter notebook, or perhaps
python3 -m jupyter notebook).
Try solving the second question. Then do a
Restart & Run All. If that looks good, save your work, switch to your other
terminal, and run the tests. Make sure you're scoring 15% before
proceeding to the other questions.
Have fun, and run test.py often to track your progress!