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Day 6 of 100DaysOfCode: Python Code to Find Even and Odd Numbers From List

Durga Pokharel
A mathematics student learning to code.
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This is my 6th day of 100daysofcoding. I continue to learn from Coursera Python Data Structure course and also did some assignments. I tired to write code to find even and odd numbers from list. My code is right below.
My Solution

  • Create a empty dictionary
  • Give list of numbers
  • Loop through each numbers and find out even numbers and keep it in even list similarly find odd numbers and keep it in odd list.
my_dict = {}
numbers = list(range(1,11))
even = []
odd = []
for n in numbers:
    if n % 2 == 0:
        even.append(n)
    else:
        odd.append(n)

my_dict["odd"] = odd
my_dict["even"] = even
print(my_dict)
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Otu Michael • Edited

Code looks fun. I am sure you have come across the concept of functions, modules and how to use return. Try using functions and add a unit test for the function. You can have a separate file for testing or keep the code (function) in the same file as the test.

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Durga Pokharel Author

This is great idea. Will try it. Thanks

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Aabishkar Wagle

Nice. Keep it up. May be you can try implementing more advance data structures in coming days. 😀

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Durga Pokharel Author

Yes. Thank you for the support.