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== Wordplay Challenges ==
 
== Wordplay Challenges ==
  
Download http://jeremydfoote.com/Intro-to-Programming-and-Data-Science/resources/wordplay.zip this zip file] and extract it to your Desktop (or the folder you are using for the class). Open the file "Wordplay Examples.ipynb" and run the first cell to make sure that it's working.
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Download [http://jeremydfoote.com/Intro-to-Programming-and-Data-Science/resources/wordplay.zip this zip file] and extract it to your Desktop (or the folder you are using for the class). Open the file "Wordplay Examples.ipynb" and run the first cell to make sure that it's working.
  
 
Use the examples given to answer the following questions:
 
Use the examples given to answer the following questions:

Latest revision as of 23:16, 15 May 2021

Questions from Python For Everybody[edit]

  • Chapter 5:
    • Exercises 1, 2
  • Chapter 6:
    • Exercise 5
  • Chapter 8:
    • Exercises 4*, 5*, and 6

Wordplay Challenges[edit]

Download this zip file and extract it to your Desktop (or the folder you are using for the class). Open the file "Wordplay Examples.ipynb" and run the first cell to make sure that it's working.

Use the examples given to answer the following questions:

  1. Find all words that start with 'a' and are 9 or more letters long.
  2. What is the longest word that starts with a 'q'?
  3. Find all words that end with 'nge'
  4. Find a word that matches "a*ey" (here "*" means any letter). Are there any words that match?
  5. Print every other word that matches the condition in (1) above.
  6. Find at least one word that uses all five vowels in order.