[Python] The coding to find the minimum and maximum values of the elements in the list does not work normally

Asked 1 weeks ago, Updated 1 weeks ago, 1 views

It's a problem that implements functions without sum, max, and min!

    import random 

    def randStat(n):
        rand_list=random.sample(range(0,100),n) 
        # 0 : sum sum like variable declaration

        For val in range (0, len (rand list)) : # rand counts replace them.. factors _ list
            = + sum rand list the [val] # sum (_ rand list) alternative.
            High=rand_list[0]
            Low rand _ list, [0] # low high like variable declaration.
                if High < rand_list[val]:      
                    High rand _ list [val] # is more a big factor is a big factor in updates.
               else:                           
                    Low rand _ list [val] # the smaller update as is smaller, low 
        Avg = Sum/len(rand_list)

        print(rand_list)
        print(Sum, Avg, High, Low)

    randStat(10)

I made it like this and printed it out It's printed out like below.

Minimum value The maximum value cannot be read properly. Masters, please help me.

list python

2022-09-20 14:43

2 Answers

else Partial logic is incorrect.

That if is executed only when the current value is maximum, and vice versa, else is always executed when the current value is not maximum. That could be the case even when the current value is the minimum value, but it could be the case even if it's not.

You'll have to change where else is now and burn a separate conditional branch.

if Low > rand_list[val] :


2022-09-20 14:43

        High=rand_list[0]
        Low rand _ list, [0] # low high like variable declaration.

This phrase must exist before entering the for statement.


2022-09-20 14:43

If you have any answers or tips


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