On Feb 12, 8:03*am, Jonathan Gardner <(E-Mail Removed)>

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> On Feb 10, 3:23*pm, Peng Yu <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

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> > I'm wondering there is already a function in python library that can

> > merge intervals. For example, if I have the following intervals ('['

> > and ']' means closed interval as inhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interval_(mathematics)#Excluding_the_end...)

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> > [1, 3]

> > [2, 9]

> > [10,13]

> > [11,12]

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> > I want to get the following merged intervals.

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> > [1,9]

> > [10,13]

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> > Could somebody let me know if there is a function in the python

> > library?

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> I vaguely recall a similar question a long time ago. Peng, is this a

> homework assignment?

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> Perhaps we should add a standard module called "homework". It can have

> functions for all the different homework assignments we see on

> c.l.python. We can simply point people to this module and then can

> include the code in their answers.
Good idea - that would (also) give the teachers a convenient place to

check for what assignments have been solved by this list so they can

propose something else.

They can also grade the submissions against the code kept in this area

- exact copies could receive an "F" (for example

)

Peter