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# Head on the house block

Hello comrades I need help with this: You are given an array that holds the square footage data for houses on a particular street. A new house has just been constructed on that street. Modify your program to take the new house value as input, add it to the array, and output the array sorted in ascending order.

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Joshua chola arrange will not work here You have to take new input value Then append that value in existing array Then sort array h = int(input()) data = np.append(data, h) data = np.sort(data) print (data)

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Joshua chola Where is your attempts.

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🅰🅹 Okay great this helps thanks

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fuck bro when i use h = input() it didn't work but when is use h = int(input()) it worked out

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print(np.sort(np.append(data, int(input()))))

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Shantanu singh Because input () bydefault returns String not int or float so for int or float you need to cast and please don't use inappropriate language.

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import numpy as np data = np.array([1000, 2500, 1400, 1800, 900, 4200, 2200, 1900, 3500]) x = np.arange('x',) print(x)