Python random number generator program not printing results
By : eric njora murigi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue You need to change all of your > to <. Consider the first if statement, 0 >= n > 0.3 is equivalent to 0 >= n and n > 0.3, or in words "n is less than or equal to zero and greater than 0.3". Of course what you actually want is "n is greater than or equal to zero and less than 0.3", which is 0 <= n < 0.3. Full code: code :
from random import random
def zeroG():
n = random()
if 0 <= n < 0.3:
print "miss"
elif 0.3 <= n < 0.7:
print "1 point"
elif 0.7 <= n <= 1:
print "3 points"
print n

My random number generator is printing duplicate numbers
By : Myrcell
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Yes. srand initializes the random sequence with the result of time. However, time changes only once per second! This means that if you call your function twice in a onesecond delay, you get the same number. One solution is to call srand just once, at the beginning of your program (in the main function, for instance).

Python code for polymorphism with random number generator
By : user3886493
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps So, from languages like Haskell hail the partial function. Basically, a partial function is a function...with some of the args prefilled. Python also supports partial functions, in versions 2.5 and above: https://docs.python.org/2/library/functools.html#functools.partial code :
from functools import partial
if (condition):
RV = partial(np.random.normal, loc=avg, scale=stdev)
else:
RV = partial(np.random.exponential, scale=scale)

Python 3: How to use a random number generator code to be used as a password for a door
By : zheng
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I am making a text adventure game in Python 3 and I am trying to use a random code found in one part of the game and used as a password for the final part of the game but I don't know how to make the random generated code the password. I have the random number generator. How do I make the number that is generated the password. , Make your function not print, but return the code: code :
def code():
numbers = random.sample(range(10), 4)
return ''.join(map(str, numbers))
# ...
password = code()
print(password)
# ...
check = input('Enter password:\n')
if check == password:
# yeah

Random number list generator not working as expected (Python)
By : s r
Date : September 03 2020, 01:00 PM
Hope this helps You very specifically do not take the number randomly form the remaining list: code :
index = start  randint(start1, start + length1)
print("TRACE", start, length, index, number, tot_list)

