Describing numbers

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Suppose we need to separate numbers according to some criteria. For example, based on whether they are even or odd, or based on the number of digits. Have you got a picture of that in your mind? And now for the work: we'll write a program that describes the number entered by the user (it must be in the range from 1 to 999). The description will indicate whether the number is even or odd, and how many digits it has.
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Dave
Level 6 , Saskatoon, Canada
6 July 2021, 17:12
I checked for even or odd. Then I checked for string length. It didn't like that. I then adjusted my check to reflect the actual value instead of the string length. It still didn't like it. I keep getting 'Recommendation from your mentor: Be sure that the program correctly handles numbers in the specified range." Who is this mentor, and how can I have a word with him/her about their cruddy testing criteria?
Roman
Level 41
12 July 2021, 05:18
Give me your solution in PM and I'll check it.
Dave
Level 6 , Saskatoon, Canada
4 August 2021, 18:30
Wow, it has been a while - I was away on vacation. I realized that one of my errors was that I was saying 'single digit number' and then 'DOUBLE digit number' when I should have been saying 'TWO digit number', so my output strings were wrong. I was barking up the wrong tree.
NB
Level 17 , United States
15 June 2021, 18:58
think like a coder. what is a single digit number? all numbers between 1 and 9 inclusive. Similar with two and three digit numbers, then combine it with condition if number is odd or even, and don't forget that only valid range is between 1 and 999 (any number that is less or more to result in an empty block of code, aka do nothing). Worked like a charm. For me it was helpful to watch Think Like a Coder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhAAmyGnA-M&list=PLJicmE8fK0EgogMqDYMgcADT1j5b911or Best of luck everyone!
George
Level 15 , United Kingdom
19 August 2020, 21:49
Any idea why it didn't like my
sNum.length()<4
check instead of checking whether the integer is between 1-999? I tested multiple (even negative) numbers with the length() solution and it was working fine.
Lucas Hoage
Level 14 , Savannah, United States
25 May 2020, 23:43
This was far easier than the positive and negative numbers exercise.
Mike McKenna
Level 25 , Wilmington, United States
17 August 2019, 18:14
can't cause task to verify ? I have used from 0 to 1000 . task fails last requirement . help ? Thanks
Muhammad Vahhaaj
Level 19 , Rawalpindi, Pakistan
7 June 2019, 17:08
Man what a verification technology. :O
Rathika
Level 5 , Chennai, India
8 January 2019, 04:52
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Roman
Level 41
8 January 2019, 06:41
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