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**The Joy Of Computing Using Python Week10 Assignment July 2023**

**INTENDED AUDIENCE :Â Â **Any interested audience**PREREQUISITES :**Â 10th standard/high school**INDUSTRY SUPPORT :Â Â **Every software company is aware of the potential of a first course in computer science. Especially of a first course in computing,Â done right.

**Course Layout**

- Motivation for Computing
- Welcome to Programming!!
- Variables and Expressions : Design your own calculator
- Loops and Conditionals : Hopscotch once again
- Lists, Tuples and Conditionals : Lets go on a trip
- Abstraction Everywhere : Apps in your phone
- Counting Candies : Crowd to the rescue
- Birthday Paradox : Find your twin
- Google Translate : Speak in any Language
- Currency Converter : Count your foreign trip expenses
- Monte Hall : 3 doors and a twist
- Sorting : Arrange the books
- Searching : Find in seconds
- Substitution Cipher : Whatâ€™s the secret !!
- Sentiment Analysis : Analyse your Facebook data
- 20 questions game : I can read your mind
- Permutations : Jumbled Words
- Spot the similarities : Dobble game
- Count the words : Hundreds, Thousands or Millions.
- Rock, Paper and Scissor : Cheating not allowed !!
- Lie detector : No lies, only TRUTH
- Calculation of the Area : Donâ€™t measure.
- Six degrees of separation : Meet your favourites
- Image Processing : Fun with images
- Tic tac toe : Letâ€™s play
- Snakes and Ladders : Down the memory lane.
- Recursion : Tower of Hanoi
- Page Rank : How Google Works !!

**Programming Assignment 1**

**Question 1** : Given a** list L** write a program to make a new list to fix the indexes of numbers to in list L to its same value in the new list. Put 0 at remaining indexes. Also** print the elements of the new list** in the single line.

**Input : **[1,5,6]**Output : **0 1 0 0 0 5 6

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```L = list(map(int, input().split()))
m = max(L)
L1 = [0]*(m+1)
for i in L:
L1[i] = i
for i in range(len(L1)-1):
print(L1[i], end=' ')
print(L1[-1])

**Programming Assignment 2**

**Question 2** : Ram shifted to a new place recently. There are multiple schools near his locality. Given the co-ordinates of Ram **P(X,Y)** and schools near his locality in a nested list, find the closest school. Print multiple coordinates in respective order if there exists multiple schools closest to him. Write a function **closestSchool** that accepts** (X ,Y , L)** where X and Y are co-ordinates of Ram’s house and L contains co-ordinates of different school.**Distance Formula**(To calculate distance between two co-ordinates): âˆš((X2 – X1)Â² + (Y2 – Y1)Â²),Â where (x1,y1) is the co-ordinate of point 1 and (x2, y2) is the co-ordinate of point 2.**Input :**

X, Y (Ram’s house co-ordinates)

N (No of schools)

X1 Y1

X2 Y2

.

.

.

X6Â Y6**Output :**

Closest pont/points to X, Y

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```import math
def closestSchool(x,y, L):
minD = 1000000
distance = []
for i in L:
x1, y1 = i[0], i[1]
d = math.sqrt((x1-x)**2 + (y1-y)**2)
if d

**Programming Assignment 3**

**Question 3** :Â Given a **string s** write a program to **convert uppercase letters into lowercase** and **lowercase letters into uppercase**. Also print the resultant string.

**Input :** The Joy Of Computing**Output :** tHE jOY oF cOMPUTING

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```import string
import random
upper = string.ascii_uppercase
lower = string.ascii_letters
s = input()
ans = ''
for i in s:
if i in upper:
idx = upper.index(i)
ans += lower[idx]
elif i in lower:
idx = lower.index(i)
ans += upper[idx]
else:
ans+=i
print(ans)