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Python: Hash a word

Python Basic: Exercise-74 with Solution

Write a Python program to hash a word.

Sample Solution-1:

Python Code:

soundex=[0,1,2,3,0,1,2,0,0,2,2,4,5,5,0,1,2,6,2,3,0,1,0,2,0,2]
 
word=input("Input the word be hashed: ")
 
word=word.upper()
 
coded=word[0]
 
for a in word[1:len(word)]:
    i=65-ord(a)
    coded=coded+str(soundex[i])
print() 
print("The coded word is: "+coded)
print()

Sample Output:

Input the word be hashed: w3r                                                                                 
                                                                                                              
The coded word is: W02

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Flowchart: Hash a word.

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Sample Solution-2:

Python Code:

int_num = 112
flt_num = 23.99
text_val = 'Python Exercises'
print("Original integer value:",int_num)
print ("Hash value of the said integer value: " + str(hash(int_num)))
print("Original float value:",flt_num)
print ("Hash value of the said float value: " + str(hash(flt_num)))
print("Original text:",text_val)
print ("Hash value of the said text: " + str(hash(text_val)))

Sample Output:

Original integer value: 112
Hash value of the said integer value: 112
Original float value: 23.99
Hash value of the said float value: 2282784579121553431
Original text: Python Exercises
Hash value of the said text: 8156633541458031964

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