StackAndQueue import MyStack.docx - from StackAndQueue import MyStack CircularQueue import random#Create a fast food simulator and see if you can

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from StackAndQueue import MyStack, CircularQueue import random """ #Create a fast food simulator and see if you can optimize for max profit Loop for 100 turns each turn, there is a 1 in 3 chance a car drives up. track the turn # the car arrives the car in front of the line can order - they order 1-5 burgers and 1-5 fries randomly the cook can have 4 orders of fries and 4 burgers cooking at once. burgers take 3 minutes to make and fries take 2 minutes. You can have up to 5 extra burgers ready to serve, but they expire after 5 minutes ( track the turn # they are done being cooked if they go into the burger chute ). 8 orders of fries fit in the warmer at a time, but they are stacked on top of each other, and fries older than 5 minutes are stale and can't be served. Served burgers earn \$1 and fries \$.50 if a car has waited for more than 5 minutes, assume it drives off and the car behind it pulls up. """ class GoodBurger : TARGET_READY_FRIES = 1 TARGET_READY_BURGERS = 2 MAX_FRIES_COOKING = 4 FRY_COOK_TIME = 2 MAX_FRY_STACK_SIZE = 8 EARNING_PER_FRY = .5 TIMES_UNTIL_FRIES_ARE_GROSS = 5 MINUTES_UNTIL_CAR_DRIVES_OFF = 10 def __init__ (self): self .grease_pit_to_cook_fries_in = CircularQueue()

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self .cooktop = CircularQueue() self .fry_stack = MyStack() self .burger_chute = CircularQueue() self .drive_thru = CircularQueue() self .money_earned = 0 self .money_lost_to_stale_food = 0 self .turn_number = 0 self .potential_sales_lost = 0 random.seed( 100 ) def __str__ (self): return "Good Burger Report - Number of Turns: {} - Money Earned: \$ {} - Money Lost to Food Waste: \$ {} - Cost of potential sales from drives offs: \$ {} " .format( self .turn_number, self .money_earned, self .money_lost_to_stale_food, self .potential_sales_lost ) def simulate (self, turns): for turn in range (turns): self .turn_number = turn self .check_grease_pit_for_done_fries() # 1 in 3 chance a car gets added to the drive_thru self .does_car_showup() # take the order from the front car self .take_front_car_order() # cook more things self .get_to_ready_targets() def check_grease_pit_for_done_fries (self): while not self .grease_pit_to_cook_fries_in.is_empty() \ and self .grease_pit_to_cook_fries_in.first() + GoodBurger. FRY_COOK_TIME <= self .turn_number: if len ( self .fry_stack) < GoodBurger. MAX_FRY_STACK_SIZE :
self .fry_stack.push( self .turn_number) self .grease_pit_to_cook_fries_in.dequeue() else : # fries burn, throw away self .money_lost_to_stale_food -= GoodBurger. EARNING_PER_FRY self .grease_pit_to_cook_fries_in.dequeue()

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• Winter '19
• JAMES
• Automobile, The Order, Turn, Hamburger, The Cook

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