Due to the first if condition comparing against 5, I feel that the following print statement should be "x is greater than 5" in both versions. The proposed code follows as below:
### Version 1 of some code ###
x = 0
for x in range(100):
if x > 5:
print("x is greater than 5")
if x%10 != 0:
print("x is not divisible by 10")
if x==2 or x == 4 or x==16 or x==32 or x==64:
print("x is a power of 2")
# perhaps more code
### Version 2 of some code ###
x = 0
for x in range(100):
if x<= 5:
continue
print("x is greater than 5")
if x%10 == 0:
continue
print("x is not divisible by 10")
if x!=2 and x!=4 and x!=16 and x!=32 and x!=64:
continue
print("x is a power of 2")
# perhaps more code
Subsequently, I feel that the following sentence after the listing should be:
Both versions of the code add up numbers between 0 and 100 that are greater than 5, not divisible by 10, and are perfect powers of 2.
However, to follow the explanation more closely, shouldn't the listed code be somewhat like below? I just initialized the variables in one line to save some space:
### Version 1 of some code ###
x = moret1 = ndiv10 = pow2 = 0
for x in range(100):
if x > 1:
moret1 += 1
if x%10 != 0:
ndiv10 += 1
if x==2 or x == 4 or x==16 or x==32 or x==64:
pow2 += 1
print("There are", moret1, "greater than 1s,")
print(ndiv10, "not divisible by 10s, and")
print(pow2, "power of 2s.")
### Version 2 of some code ###
x = moret1 = ndiv10 = pow2 = 0
for x in range(100):
if x<= 1:
continue
moret1 += 1
if x%10 == 0:
continue
ndiv10 += 1
if x!=2 and x!=4 and x!=16 and x!=32 and x!=64:
continue
pow2 += 1
print("There are", moret1, "greater than 1s,")
print(ndiv10, "not divisible by 10s, and")
print(pow2, "power of 2s.")
If this listing is still work in progress, please disregard my comment.
