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# Can this be done in less lines

def test_func(x,y,z): total = int(x+y+z) if total == int(22): return "Correct: " + str(total) else: if total < int(22): incorrect = int(22) - total print("Answer off by the integer of " + str(incorrect)) elif total > int(22): incorrect2 = total - int(22) print("Answer off by the integer of " + str(incorrect2))

5/11/2019 11:09:36 PM

Paras finn

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2 lines total=lambda x,y,z:'correct'+ str(x+y+z) if x+y+z==22 else "Answer off by the integer "+str(abs(22-(x+y+z))) print(total(10,10,7))

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Diego 1line print(((lambda x,y,z:'correct'+ str(x+y+z) if x+y+z==22 else "Answer off by the integer "+str(abs(22-(x+y+z)))))(10,10,5))

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def test_func(x,y,z): total = int(x+y+z) if total == int(22): print("Correct: " + str(total)) elif total < 22: print("Answer off by the integer of " + str(22 - total)) else: print("Answer off by the integer of " + str(total - 22))

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Thank you Mr. Böhler for your time. i will study this.

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total=lambda x,y,z:'correct'+ str(x+y+z) if x+y+z==22 else "Answer off by the integer "+str(abs(22-(x+y+z))) print(f'1:{total(10,10,7)}\n2:{total(12,8,2)}\n3:{total(5,15,5)}')

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Three line version. You can even make it a oneliner. def test_func(x,y,z): total = int(x+y+z) return "Correct: "+str(total) if total==22 else "Answer off by the integer "+str(abs(22-total))

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abderrahim sallami f=lambda t:t==22and"Correct: 22"or f"Answer off by integer {abs(22-t)}" [print(f(sum(i)))for i in([1,1,20],[42,4,2],[10,10,5])]

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Diego this gives no output for me

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Paras finn print(test_func(1,1,20)) print(test_func(42,4,2))

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abderrahim sallami Your code is a oneliner. Only the function itself is counted. PS: You can make it shorter.