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Python Problem: CREDIT CARD VALIDATOR

While trying to solve the codecoach problem mentioned above, I wrote following code which passed only 5 out of 7 tests. Now I am stuck and can't understand the mistakes I did. Request you all to ponder over it a bit and help me fix bug in my code. Thanks. My code -- Problem link -- https://www.sololearn.com/coach/96?ref=app cc_number = input() cc_number = list(map(int,cc_number)) cc_number.reverse() for i in range(1,16,2): cc_number[i]*=2 for i in range(16): if cc_number[i]>9: cc_number[i] -=9 sum_cc = sum(cc_number) if sum_cc % 10 == 0 and len(cc_number)==16: print("valid") else: print ("not valid")

12/28/2020 3:59:33 PM

CHANDAN ROY

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CHANDAN ROY If input length is not equal to 16 then your loop will not work. You first need to check if input length is equal to 16 then start loop. I sent you in DM. Check what was mistake.

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I Am Groot ! Sir, please help.

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def test_luhna (code): op_1 = list(map(int, (code[::-1]))) op_2 = [i*2 for i in op_1[1::2]] op_1[1::2] = op_2 for n, i in enumerate(op_1, 0): if i > 9: i -= 9 op_1[n] = i if sum(op_1) % 10 == 0 and len(op_1) == 16: print('valid') else: print('not valid') return card_number = input() test_luhna(card_number)

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num = list(input()[::-1]) for i in range(1, len(num)+1, 2): num[i] = str((int(num[i]))*2) num_2 = num for i in range(0, len(num_2)): if int(num_2[i]) > 9: num_2[i] = str(int(num_2[i])-9) if len(num_2) == 16 and sum([int(i) for i in num_2 ]) % 2 == 0: print('valid') else: print('not valid')

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спасибо

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n = input()[::-1] s= 0 for i in range(len(n)): if i%2 ==0 or i ==0 : s += (int(n[i])) else: if int(n[i])*2 > 9: s += (int(n[i])*2-9) else : s += (int(n[i])*2) print("valid" if s%10 ==0 and len(n) == 16 else "not valid")

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num = list(input()[::-1]) for i in range(1, len(num)+1, 2): num[i] = str((int(num[i]))*2) num_2 = num for i in range(0, len(num_2)): if int(num_2[i]) > 9: num_2[i] = str(int(num_2[i])-9) print('valid' if len(num_2) == 16 and sum([int(i) for i in num_2 ]) % 2 == 0 else 'not valid')