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ENGR 102 - Lab #5b
Problem 1. Removing Duplicates:
Write a program that will remove duplicates from a user inputted list. The program should print the
original list, the list of duplicates, and a list of unique values. If no, duplicates exist, the program should
ONLY print the original list.
Problem 2. Armstrong Numbers:
You are tasked with writing a program to evaluate if an integer has the property that the sum of the
cubes of its digits is equal to the number itself. For example, 371 > 3**3 + 7**3 + 1**3 = 371. Write a
program to find all integers that meet this criterion in the range of 0 and 999.
Problem 3. Intersection:
You are tasked with developing an algorithm to find the intersection of two lists and save it to a new list.
If no intersection exists, print 'No intersection exists' otherwise print the intersection. Do not use the
any list methods. Use the following lines of code to create two lists of integers for your program:
import random
num_list1 = random.sample(range(1, 100), 30)
Problem 4. List Conditionals:
Write a program that asks the user to input a positive integer. The program will continue to run until the
user enters -1. If the user enters a positive integer, print "excellent!". If the user enters 0 or a negative
integer other than -1, print "Please enter a positive value". If the user does not enter a number, print
Please enter positive integer." Each positive integer should be added to a list (List1_all) and each
positive integer that is even should be added to a second list (List1_odd). The program should print each
list unless there are no elements.
Program 5: Vector Math:
This program is meant to give you practice with lists and looping on them, as well as practice with vector
Write a program that lets a user enter two vectors, A and B, of arbitrary dimension. You should allow
the user to first enter the dimension of the vector, then get the elements of the two vectors from the
user. Then, you should output (in a clearly labeled way), the results of these computations:
The magnitude of vector A and the magnitude of vector B
A +B
A - B
And the dot product (inner product) of A and B
Note: You should use lists when solving this problem. Later we will see some other ways to work with
vectors more directly.
Program 6: Password Protection:
This program is mean to give you practice using dictionaries.

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Write a program that first reads from a user a set of usernames and passwords, and then enters a
program that simulates a user typing in passwords. In the first part ofthe program, you are to read in a single integer that states the number of
usernamefpassword pairs that you will read in. Following this, there will be a set ofthat many user
names, one per line. Then there will be a set ofthat many passwords, one per line. You only need to
prompt one time at the beginning of the program. For example, input might be:
3 John Jim Joe SecreT_passWorD 12345 GSa-4(th Once that is read in, you should then repeatedly ask the person to type in a username and then
password. If they have a valid username and password combination, then print a message that they are
allowed into the system. Ifthey have an incorrect usernamefpassword, then tell them (and allow them}
to try again (repeatedly). Note: in practice, although this is the basic way passwords are handled, they should not be stored in
unencrypted format even in the program. Instead, passwords are encrypted when they are typed in,
they are stored in an encrypted format, and the comparisons are always between encrypted passwords.
There are also more extreme security measures. Program 7: List Comprehensions: Using a list comprehension, create a list of tuples that consists of a string and integer where the string is
'even' or 'odd' and the integer ranges from 0 to 20. For example, the first few items in the list would be: [(‘even’,0},(‘odd’,1],l‘even’,2},...} Program 8: Truth Table:
Complete the truth table for the code block shown below.
# gnome sort
arr = [ 34, 2, 10, -9]
n = len{arr)
index = 0
while index < n:
if index ==
index = index + 1
if arrlindex] >= arrlindex - 1]:
index = index + 1
arr[index], arr[index-l] : arr[index-l], arr[index]
index = index - l print(”Sorted sequence after applying Gnome Sort :")

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for i in arr :
print(i, end= ' , ')
print (' \nNumber of iterations {:d} ' . format (index))
Name your programs as follows: ENGR102_[sec#]_[fi+last name]_lab6b_[#].py where [sec#] is your
section number, [fi+last name] is your first initial added to your last name, and [#] is the problem
number. For example, my submission for problem 3 would be named

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