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Help with some code in Python 2

Not sure if I understand you correctly but I think this is what you are asking.

def catego(lista):
    l1=[]
    for i in lista:
        if i>=0 and i<=12:
            l1.append("Niño")
        elif i>12 and i<=17:
            l1.append("Adolescente")
        elif i>18 and i<=30:
            l1.append("Joven")
        elif i>30 and i<=45:
            l1.append("Maduro")
        elif i>45 and i<=65:
            l1.append("Adulto")
        else:
            l1.append("Adulto Mayor")
    return l1
Edades=[9,45,67,38,23,15,47]
print(catego(Edades))

The above code gives me output like this, 

['Niño', 'Maduro', 'Adulto Mayor', 'Maduro', 'Joven', 'Adolescente', 'Adulto']

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So i started to define some functions in python 2, but i have a problem with one function this specified function:

def catego(lista):
    i=0
    while i<len(lista):
        if lista<=12 and lista>=0:
            clase="Niño"
        elif lista>12 and lista<=17:
            clase="Adolescente"
        elif lista>18 and lista<=30:
            clase="Joven"
        elif lista>30 and lista<=45:
            clase="Maduro"
        elif lista>45 and lista<=65:
            clase="Adulto"
        else:
            clase="Adulto Mayor"
        i=i+1
    return [clase]

after that i define a list:

Edades=[9,45,67,38,23,15,47]

and i want my function to identify each value from the list and that it throws me another list but now with each respective clase from the function.

the problem is that when i run the function, only throws the clase from the last value of the list. 

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Not sure if I understand you correctly but I think this is what you are asking.

def catego(lista):
    l1=[]
    for i in lista:
        if i>=0 and i<=12:
            l1.append("Niño")
        elif i>12 and i<=17:
            l1.append("Adolescente")
        elif i>18 and i<=30:
            l1.append("Joven")
        elif i>30 and i<=45:
            l1.append("Maduro")
        elif i>45 and i<=65:
            l1.append("Adulto")
        else:
            l1.append("Adulto Mayor")
    return l1
Edades=[9,45,67,38,23,15,47]
print(catego(Edades))

The above code gives me output like this, 

['Niño', 'Maduro', 'Adulto Mayor', 'Maduro', 'Joven', 'Adolescente', 'Adulto']

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, GhostHitWall said:

Not sure if I understand you correctly but I think this is what you are asking.


def catego(lista):
    l1=[]
    for i in lista:
        if i>=0 and i<=12:
            l1.append("Niño")
        elif i>12 and i<=17:
            l1.append("Adolescente")
        elif i>18 and i<=30:
            l1.append("Joven")
        elif i>30 and i<=45:
            l1.append("Maduro")
        elif i>45 and i<=65:
            l1.append("Adulto")
        else:
            l1.append("Adulto Mayor")
    return l1
Edades=[9,45,67,38,23,15,47]
print(catego(Edades))

 

That´s exactly what i wanted to do, thank you a lot

Can i ask you something :what´s the function of append?

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2 minutes ago, javier said:

That´s exactly what i wanted to do, thank you a lot

Can i ask you something :what´s the function of append?

to add something onto the end of a list.

in this case, he's making two lists, and if item 1 in the first list is 9, then he adds "Nino" (sorry can't be fucked to write accents now) to the end of the other list. (called l1)

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, RadiatingLight said:

to add something onto the end of a list.

in this case, he's making two lists, and if item 1 in the first list is 9, then he adds "Nino" (sorry can't be fucked to write accents now) to the end of the other list. (called l1)

 

oh so that´s the way the function adds the clases to the list l1, so that´s the reason you put l1=[ ] is to define l1 as a list.

thank you man this explains a lot of things for me.

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