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This there any different way to coding these?

And also for def palindrome(number): is there different way to code?

Part 4.

You will be given a list of numbers. Each number is assigned a score. Its score is determined as follows:

A number's base score is the value of the number itself.

If the number is a palindrome it scores is doubled.

If the number is a near prime its score is doubled.

If the number is a nice number its score is tripled.

Consider how to determine the score of a number 89.

It is not a palindrome and but it is nice and near prime:

Base score: 89

Score after palindrome check: 89 (remains same as not a palindrome)

Score after near prime check: 188 (doubled as 89 is prime)

Score after nice check: 534 (tripled as 89 is nice)

Consider the number 101:

It is a palindrome, it is prime but it is not a nice number:

Base score: 101

Score after palindrome check: 202 (doubled as it's a palindrome)

Score after near prime check: 404 (doubled as 101 a prime)

Score after nice check: 404 (not tripled as 101 is not nice)

Given a list of numbers entered by the user output the list of numbers in sorted order (ascending) of their scores. Also include the score achieved with each number separated by a comma after the number.

For example if the user enters

89

101

You have to output

101,404

89, 534

def palindrome(number):

reverse=0

temp=number

while(number>0):

digit=number%10

reverse=reverse*10+digit

number=number//10

if(temp==reverse):

return "YES"

else:

return "NO"

def nearPrime(number):

counter=0

if(number>1):

for i in range(2,number):

if(number%i)==0:

counter=counter+1

if(counter<=2):

return "YES"

else:

return "NO"

else:

return "NO"

def determineNo(number):

upNumber=False

downNumber=False

upDownNumber=False

digit=[int(x) for x in str(number)]

for i in range(0,len(digit)-1):

if(digit[i]<=digit[i+1]):

upNumber=True

else:

upNumber=False

break

for j in range(0,len(digit)-1):

if(digit[j]>=digit[j+1]):

downNumber=True

else:

downNumber=False

break

for k in range(0,len(digit)-1):

if(digit[k]<=digit[k+1]):

upDownNumber=True

else:

upDownNumber=False

break

for k in range(0,len(digit)-1):

if(digit[k]>=digit[k+1]):

upDownNumber=True

else:

upDownNumber=False

break

if(upNumber==True):

return "YES"

elif(downNumber==True):

return "YES"

elif(upDownNumber==True):

return "YES"

else:

return "NO"

inp = input("Please enter the list of numbers: ")

lst = [int(x) for x in inp.split()]

# another list for storing scores

score = list(lst)

for i in range(0,len(lst)):

# double the score if number is palindrome

if(palindrome(lst[i])=="YES"):

score[i]=score[i]*2

# double the score if number is near prime

if(nearPrime(lst[i])=="YES"):

score[i]=score[i]*2

# triple the score if number is nice

if(determineNo(lst[i])=="YES"):

score[i] =score[i]*3

# sort both list together on basis of scores of numbers

from operator import itemgetter

l1 , l2 = [list(x) for x in zip(*sorted(zip(score, lst), key=itemgetter(0)))]

for i in range(0, len(l1)):

print(l2[i], ",", l1[i]) # print the final result

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