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wanting to add an age gate to my quiz


wanting to add an age gate to my quiz

By : ashirra
Date : November 29 2020, 09:01 AM
like below fixes the issue There are a couple of ways in which you could accomplish this. First of all you need to ask the user their age. So there must be an input function somewhere. Personally, I would put it here:
code :
while play_again:
    score = 0
    #intro and instruction  
    print ("""Welcome to the translation quiz...""")
    #new input function here. You can make the message more or less formal
    age = int(input("Please enter your age: ))
#Set a default value.. saves us an extra else clause
number_questions = 10
if age <= 5:
    number_questions = 5

#range() will generate a list from 0->number_questions - 1




 #the -1 bit is crucial, if you do not anticipate that it will screw up some of your loops. 
#The idea is that everything should be base 0, so a programmer can quickly write range(len(some_generic_list)) and have it iterate through the indexes of the list.
#Anyhow I digress but you said you are new at programming so I thought I would be informative... 


for question in range(0,number_questions):
    print(question_list[question][0])
    print(question_list[question][1])

    print("Question Instructions........")
counter = 0
for question, options, correct in question_list:
    print(question)
    print(options)
    if counter == 5 and age <= 5:
     #if you reach the 5th question then you want to break the for loop.
        break

    #increment the variable to keep track of position
    counter +=1
play_again = True
while play_again:
    score = 0
    counter = 0

    #intro and instruction
    print ("""Welcome to the translation quiz""")
    print("""You will be ask a series of questions and have 2 tries per questions
    If you get the correct answer you will get one point, half a point for getting it
    your second try and zero points if you get it wrong twice.
    GOOD LUCK!!! """)

    age = int(input("Please enter your age: "))
    for question, options, correct in question_list:
        if counter == 5 and age <= 5:
            break
        else:
            print(question)
            print(options)
            ans = input("Hit 'a', 'b', 'c' or 'd' for your answer\n")
            if ans.lower() == correct:
                    print ("Correct\n")
                    score += 1
            else:
                    print("Wrong. Try again.\n")
                    ans = input("Hit 'a', 'b', 'c' or 'd' for your answer\n")
                    if ans.lower() == correct:
                        print ("Correct\n")
                        score += 0.5
                    else:
                        print("Wrong. You ran out of attempts\n")

        counter += 1


    print ("Your score was", str(score) + '/' + str(counter))


    response = input("Do you want to play again (y/n)?").strip().lower()
    if response not in ('', 'y', 'yes'):
        play_again = False


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Run GATE pipeline from inside a Java program without the GUI. build a tomcat app with gate

Run GATE pipeline from inside a Java program without the GUI. build a tomcat app with gate


By : siva sankar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps The GATE example code shows you how to run GATE in a number of different ways, in particular the Goldfish example illustrates how to run GATE from the command line.
The difference between Call Gate, Interrupt Gate, Trap Gate?

The difference between Call Gate, Interrupt Gate, Trap Gate?


By : user2197558
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out A gate (call, interrupt, task or trap) is used to transfer control of execution across segments. Privilege level checking is done differently depending on the type of destination and instruction used.
A call gate uses the CALL and JMP instructions. Call gates transfer control from lower privilege code to higher privilege code. The gate DPL is used to determine what privilege levels have access to the gate. Call gates are (or have been, probably) gradually abandoned in favour of the SYSENTER/SYSEXIT mechanism, which is faster.
task gate, interrupt gate, call gate

task gate, interrupt gate, call gate


By : Oliver
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue Everything you might want to know about interrupts and gates is in the Intel developer manual, volume 3. In short:
Task gates were originally designed as a CPU-mediated method of performing task switching; the CPU can automatically record the state of the process during the task switching operation. These are not typically used in modern operating systems; the OS usually does the state-saving operations on its own. At least in Linux, all interrupt handlers are in kernel space and execute at ring 0. If you want to handle a divide-by-zero exception, you register a userspace signal handler for SIGFPE; the kernel-space interrupt handler raises the SIGFPE signal, indirectly triggering the userspace handler code (the userspace code is executed after returning from the interrupt handler).
Gate Level Verilog: Conditional, generate gate inputs

Gate Level Verilog: Conditional, generate gate inputs


By : zaidya
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need If you want to only use gate level, my suggestion is to use a module that recursively invokes smaller versions of itself. For example:
code :
module my_and #(parameter SIZE=4) (output out, input [SIZE-1:0] in);
generate
  if (SIZE<2) begin
    // Intentionally cause a compile error if ever selected

    // Verilog requires you to be a bit clever with your error messages 
    // Suggest using using non-existing modules instances
    non_existing_module my_and_SIZE_is_less_than_2 ();

    // SystemVerlog allows option for more meaningful message
    //$error("SIZE must be >= 2, was %0d @ %m", SIZE);
  end
  else begin
    case(SIZE)
      2 : and and2 (out, in[0], in[1]);
      3 : and and3 (out, in[0], in[1], in[2]);
      4 : and and4 (out, in[0], in[1], in[2], in[3]);
      default : begin : recursive
        wire half0, half1;
        my_and #(SIZE/2) half_0 (half0, in[SIZE/2-1:0]);
        my_and #(SIZE/2) half_1 (half1, in[SIZE-1-(SIZE%2):SIZE/2]);
        if (SIZE%2) begin : odd
          and and3 (out, half0, half1, in[SIZE-1]);
        end
        else begin : even
          and and2 (out, half0, half1);
        end
      end
    endcase
  end
endgenerate
endmodule
genvar i,k;
generate
  for (i = 0; i < (2**ADDR_SIZE); i = i + 1)
  begin : selects
    wire [ADDR_SIZE-1:0] local_select; // local to scope
    for(k = 0; k < ADDR_SIZE; k = k + 1)
    begin
      assign local_select[k] = i[k] ? code[k] : codeNot[k];
    end
    my_and #(ADDR_SIZE) dec(out[i], local_select);
  end
endgenerate
module Decoder #(
  parameter ADDR_SIZE = 5
)(
  output reg [(2**ADDR_SIZE)-1:0] out,
  input [ADDR_SIZE-1:0] in
);
always @* begin
  out = {(2**ADDR_SIZE){1'b0}};
  out[in] = 1'b1;
end
endmodule
How would you deal with a situation requiring input, wanting to see output, and also wanting to write to a file in bash?

How would you deal with a situation requiring input, wanting to see output, and also wanting to write to a file in bash?


By : user3322653
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Say I have a random executable called prog. This could, for example be cat. , You could do
code :
tee test.in | ./prog | tee test.out
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