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is this a joke @Sololearn ? Python for beginners - "Search Engine" Module test.

@Sololearn I completed the python 'Search Engine Module' Test while being in doubt that this can't be a child's play. But it really turned out to be one. The 'Search Engine' Module Test didn't even took into consideration the situation - what if, a user inputs "randomly capitalized" word. Neither it did take in account - what if the word is all capital(all uppercase) and the text input is all lowercase or vice versa. If I did run the scenarios I mentioned, I would recieve "Word Not Found", even though it is present, just not in the expected way.

16th Apr 2021, 8:17 AM
Loser - avatar
4 Antworten
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You have very good thoughts of improving the task. Try building your version in your computer. It would be great fun. After that, learn to connect to a database, and query the database with user input.
16th Apr 2021, 8:53 AM
Gordon - avatar
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What is this? Please keep these posts on your feed.
16th Apr 2021, 8:36 AM
Slick - avatar
What do you expect from challenges of "beginner tutorial". The assignment of course will be relatively easy while it's still a good practice for beginner. The best you can do is to do other assignments that is relatively harder or make it harder on your own.
16th Apr 2021, 9:23 AM
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CarrieForle i expected the use of List functions that were being given in the course along with the string functions to cover the mentioned scenarios and thereby create a thorough test. P. S. : Maybe it went easy for me, cuz' i used the 'in' keyword which is a valid one, but had no mention in the course.
16th Apr 2021, 9:28 AM
Loser - avatar