FAQ: Technical Interviews: Whiteboarding - Testing with Inputs

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Technical Interview Practice: Python

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Officially entering pull a mic drop into my working vocabulary.

Confused though about the four number false case being used. Wouldn’t that also be an edge case where you’ve received too many inputs?

Or if that’s fine if you want to accept four inputs in the sense they get whittled down to three with an old fashioned order of operations thing like a = 3 b= (2+2)exp. 2 and c=5 but would that not be an additional dialogue worth having?