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How do I insert a list into my python code using Cocalc / Sagemath

asked 2024-02-11 08:16:30 +0200

updated 2024-02-11 17:07:03 +0200

Unfortunately, Input() doesn't work in a .sagews, because every integer in a list is then surrounded by an Integer(Insert list value here), which of course breaks the program.

I want to be able to input a list of integers into the sorting algorithm, so that I could actually utilize Cocalc and SageMath. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

When in the .sagews, I do:

load('filename.py')    **or attach('filename.py')**

driver(2,4,5,1)        **or driver([2,4,5,1])**

The output:

Error in lines 1-1
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/cocalc/lib/python3.11/site-packages/smc_sagews/sage_server.py", line 1244, in execute
    exec(
  File "", line 1, in <module>
  File "/cocalc/lib/python3.11/site-packages/smc_sagews/sage_salvus.py", line 3823, in attach
    load(fname)
  File "/cocalc/lib/python3.11/site-packages/smc_sagews/sage_salvus.py", line 3919, in load
    exec(
  File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
  File "sage/misc/persist.pyx", line 175, in sage.misc.persist.load
    sage.repl.load.load(filename, globals())
  File "/ext/sage/10.2/src/sage/repl/load.py", line 253, in load
    exec(code, globals)
  File "./V4.py", line 217, in <module>
    driver([])

Infinite recursion continues, most likely because nothing was inputted into driver([])

I've tried inputting driver([Insert list values here]), driver(Insert list values here), but I just keep getting a wide variety of errors.

My code below works perfectly fine in Visual Studio Code, and sorts any given list inserted into driver([]) towards the very bottom This is only a fragment:

def driver(theInput = []):
    global inputList 
    global copy
    global copy2
    global inputStr
    global original 


    good = 0


    # First iteration, other part of driver is therefore unnecessary. 

    if iterationCount == 0:

        inputList = theInput


        splitter()

    else:    
        # Copies are necessary, because deleting old lists means deleting parts of the list history, 
        # and future inputList
        copy = listC.copy()
        copy2 = listC.copy()
        imageHistory.append(copy)
        inputList.clear()

        # Writes down elements from copy2 to the inputList. 
        # Instead of EX: inputLit = [[1,2,3]], it does: inputList[1,2,3]
        j = 0
        for j in range(len(copy2)):
            inputList.insert(len(inputList), copy2[0])
            copy2.pop(0)

        # Compares the elements and sees if they are in numerical order. 
        for i in range(len(listC) - 1):

            if listC[i] <= listC[i + 1]:
                good += 1

        # List is in numerical order
        if good == len(listC) - 1: 

            print(listC)


        # List is not in numerical order    
        else:

            listA.clear()
            listB.clear()
            listC.clear()

            splitter()

#--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

#Initiates the sorting algorithm
driver([])

#--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
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answered 2024-02-11 18:04:16 +0200

Alright, I figured it out. In SageMath / Cocalc, when making a python file, you don't have to call the function to start the program. That is alerady done when you type driver(insert value here) in the .sagews file

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