Quarantine diary – Person Crazyness Calculator
It was saturday afternoon and I was bored! I had just upgraded the family notebook with a new SSD hard drive and a more memory. It makes a great difference and I recommend you to do it as well, if you have a slow Intel I3 notebook around. While I was setting it up the idea of a calculating one´s crazyness hit me. Here it is.
Tolerance (determined by the Patience function) is defined by oneˋs age minus the quarantine days minus the number of kids – tolerance = (age – days) – kids
Crazyness (determined by the Crazy function) is defined by the number of quarantine days times the number of kids split by one´s age. – crazy = (kids * days) / age
Crazyness is reached if tolerance is lower than crazy. Check it out
#!/usr/bin/python class Person: def __init__(self,kids,age): self.kids = kids # How many kids one has self.age = age # Mom Age self.quarantine = 0 # Days that you are in quarantine self.confined = True # Confined - default to Yes def patience(self,days): tolerance = (self.age - days) - self.kids return tolerance def crazy(self,days): crazyness = (days * self.kids) / self.age return crazyness def is_goingNuts(self): while(self.confined): tolerance = self.patience(self.quarantine) crazyness = self.crazy(self.quarantine) if (tolerance &amp;amp;gt;= crazyness): print ("Days: %s, Tolerance: %s, Crazyness: %s - Person is doing Alright") %(self.quarantine, tolerance, crazyness) else: print ("Days: %s, Tolerance: %s, Crazyness: %s - Person tolerance has reached its limit") %(self.quarantine, tolerance, crazyness) break self.quarantine += 1 person = Person(3,30) person.is_goingNuts()