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# Code Coach - Military Time [Solved]

Hello everyone! I tried the challenge “Military Time” many times but there was always two hidden test cases that were wrong... Could please someone propose some python code that would work?

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To solve all the tests, these codes are enough, given that the input is always of the same form: a, b = input().split(":") if b[-2] == 'P': a = str((int(a)+12)%24) print(f"{a.zfill(2)}:{b[:2]}") # Python Version (not very pythonic) #include <stdio.h> int main() { int a; char b, c; scanf("%d:%s %c", &a, b, &c); if (c == 80) a = (a + 12) % 24; if (a < 10) putchar(48); printf("%d:%s", a, b); return 0; } // C version Hope this helps. P.S. The problem your code had was that it didn't put a leading zero for an hour-length of 1.

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Here one of my trials for “No Numerals”: phrase = input().split() output = "" for i in phrase: if i == "0": i = "zero" if i == "1": i = "one" if i == "2": i = "two" if i == "3": i = "three" if i == "4": i = "four" if i == "5": i = "five" if i == "6": i = "six" if i == "7": i = "seven" if i == "8": i = "eight" if i == "9": i = "nine" if i == "10": i = "zero" output += i + " " print(output) I am still learning and I know my code is really bad but please help me to improve myself.

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phrase = input().split() output = "" for i in phrase: if i == "0": i = "zero" if i == "1": i = "one" if i == "2": i = "two" if i == "3": i = "three" if i == "4": i = "four" if i == "5": i = "five" if i == "6": i = "six" if i == "7": i = "seven" if i == "8": i = "eight" if i == "9": i = "nine" if i == "10": i = "ten" output += i + " " print(output)

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Here is on of my trials for “Military Time”: input = input().split() time = input post = input if post == "AM": print(time) else: splited = time.split(":") hours = int(splited) minutes = splited hours += 12 print(f"{hours}:{minutes}")

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Oh... thank you! It worked, I am so stupid...

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Maisu Regarding your request for a pythonic approach to Military Time. Please consider the use of %12 to ascertain the hours depending on AM or PM. Also, many people struggle with 12:01 AM, which requires 00:01 as the output. So you will need to be able to identify if your output has 1 or 2 digits in the hour section. If your result is 0:01 for 12:01 AM, then you will need to adjust for that. A few thoughts for you that may help