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[closed] HS08TEST (ATM) Python Runtime (NZEC) Error

I am new to python, and trying my luck on some easy problems first. I have checked my source code for various inputs (problem code HS08TEST, link: http://www.codechef.com/problems/HS08TEST) but unable to find any problem but still it shows runtime error on submission. Please help guys. Here's my code:

import sys
withdraw, balance = map(float, sys.stdin.readline().split())
print ("%.2f" % balance) if int(withdraw)%5 != 0 or balance < (withdraw + 0.5) else ("%.2f" %     (balance - withdraw - 0.5))

asked 17 Dec '13, 20:44

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closed 19 Dec '13, 18:58

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The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by kcahdog 19 Dec '13, 18:58


The sys.readline() reads the entire line so all characters on the line including the next line character "\n" are read which cannot be converted to float and causes NZEC. Just change it to sys.stdin.readline().strip().split()) to remove the "\n" and it works fine. here is the accepted version.

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answered 17 Dec '13, 21:39

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thanx buddy..!! :D

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answered 19 Dec '13, 09:47

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