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import re, copy ## index_from_right: string string -> int ## Consumes strings str and target and produces the starting ## index of the first occurrence (from the right) of target in ## str if any, and produces -1 otherwise ## (Helper function added to fix small bug in polynomial ## method __init__.) def index_from_right(str , target): for i in range(len(str)-len(target),-1,-1): if str[i:i+len(target)] == target: return i return -1 class term: """ Fields: coeff, exp and next A node of a linked list used within class polynomial. Both coeff and exp will be non-negative integers and next refers to the next node in the linked list. """ ## __init__: term int int term -> term ## Consumes a term, coefficient, exponent and next term (None ## is the default) and constructs the corresponding term. def __init__(self, coeff, exp, next = None): self.coeff = coeff self.exp = exp self.next = next ## __str__: term -> string ## Consumes a term and produces a string consisting of the ## form cx^e where c is the coefficient and e the exponent. ## When e is 0, x^ is omitted and when e is 1, x is omitted. def __str__(self): s = str(self.coeff) if self.exp > 0: s = s + "x" if self.exp > 1: s = s + "^" + str(self.exp) return s ## is_positive: term -> bool ## Consumes a term and returns True iff the coefficient \ ## is positive def is_positive(self): return self.coeff > 0 class polynomial: """ Field: term term is the head of a linked list representing a polynomial.
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