P. A. - 1 month ago 13

Python Question

How can I execute the following code in a more efficient way in python? The input flags are binary valued. The output depends on all possible permutations of the flag.

`def f1():`

return 1

def f2():

return 2

def f3():

return 3

def g(p1, p2, p3):

if p1 == 1 & p2 == 0 & p3 == 0:

f1()

elif: p1 == 0 & p2 == 1 & p3 == 0:

f2()

elif: p1 == 0 & p2 == 0 & p3 == 1:

f3()

elif: p1 == 1 & p2 == 1 & p3 == 1:

f1()

f2()

and so on.

Answer

If you want to use the arguments `(p1, p2, p3)`

as flags, you could always pack those arguments as a list using `*args`

(see this, this and this) and put your functions in a list (yep, Python lets you do that) and get something like:

```
def f1():
return 1
def f2():
return 2
def f3():
return 3
def g(*ps):
functions = [f1, f2, f3]
for i, p in enumerate(ps):
if p == 1: # Could do just `if p:` (0 evaluates to False, anything else to True)
print(functions[i])() # Notice the () to actually call the function
if __name__ == "__main__":
print("Run 1 0 0")
g(1, 0, 0)
print("Run 1 1 0")
g(1, 1, 0)
print("Run 0 1 0")
g(0, 1, 0)
print("Run 1 1 1")
g(1, 1, 1)
```