Due: Sunday 09/11, 11:59 pm 

Credit: The projects were developed by John DeNero, Dan Klein, Pieter Abbeel, and many others.

Introduction

Project grading: Every project’s release includes its autograder for you to run yourself.
Files to Edit and Submit: You will fill in portions of addition.py, buyLotsOfFruit.py, and shopSmart.py in tutorial.zip during the assignment. You should submit the following files to Project 0 on Gradescope: addition.py, buyLotsOfFruit.py, and shopSmart.py.

Python Version: We will be using python3 for all programming projects including Project 0. Please install the latest version of python (python 3.xxx), if you have not already done that. Note that all of the progamming projects (Project 0, Project 1, Project 2, and Project 3) will not run using an older version of python (e.g., python2.xxx). Older versions of python are no longer supported.

Evaluation: Your code will be autograded for technical correctness. Please do not change the names of any provided functions or classes within the code, or you will wreak havoc on the autograder. However, the correctness of your implementation – not the autograder’s judgments – will be the final judge of your score. If necessary, we will review and grade assignments individually to ensure that you receive due credit for your work.

Academic Dishonesty: We will be checking your code against other submissions in the class for logical redundancy. If you copy someone else’s code and submit it with minor changes, we will know. These cheat detectors are quite hard to fool, so please don’t try. We trust you all to submit your own work only; please don’t let us down. If you do, we will pursue the strongest consequences available to us.

Getting Help: You are not alone! If you find yourself stuck on something, post your questions on Piazza for help. Office hours are there for your support; please use them. If you can’t make our office hours, let us know and we will schedule an appointment. We want these projects to be rewarding and instructional, not frustrating and demoralizing. But, we don’t know when or how to help unless you ask.

Discussion: Please be careful not to post spoilers.

Autograding

To get you familiarized with the autograder, we will ask you to code, test, and submit solutions for three questions.
You can download all of the files for project 0 as a zip archive: Project0 – warmup
Unzip this file and it contains a number of files you’ll edit or run:

  • addition.py: source file for question 1
  • buyLotsOfFruit.py: source file for question 2
  • shop.py: source file for question 3
  • shopSmart.py: source file for question 3
  • autograder.py: autograding script (see below)

and others you can ignore:

  • test_cases: directory contains the test cases for each question
  • testClasses.py: autograder code
  • grading.py: autograder code
  • tutorialTestClasses.py: test classes for this particular project
  • projectParams.py: project parameters

The command python autograder.py grades your solution to all three problems. If we run it before editing any files we get a page or two of output:


[cse412a@at ~/Project0]$ python autograder.py
Starting on 1-21 at 23:39:51

Question q1
===========
*** FAIL: test_cases/q1/addition1.test
*** 	add(a, b) must return the sum of a and b
*** 	student result: "0"
*** 	correct result: "2"
*** FAIL: test_cases/q1/addition2.test
*** 	add(a, b) must return the sum of a and b
*** 	student result: "0"
*** 	correct result: "5"
*** FAIL: test_cases/q1/addition3.test
*** 	add(a, b) must return the sum of a and b
*** 	student result: "0"
*** 	correct result: "7.9"
*** Tests failed.

### Question q1: 0/1 ###

Question q2
===========
*** FAIL: test_cases/q2/food_price1.test
*** 	buyLotsOfFruit must compute the correct cost of the order
*** 	student result: "0.0"
*** 	correct result: "12.25"
*** FAIL: test_cases/q2/food_price2.test
*** 	buyLotsOfFruit must compute the correct cost of the order
*** 	student result: "0.0"
*** 	correct result: "14.75"
*** FAIL: test_cases/q2/food_price3.test
*** 	buyLotsOfFruit must compute the correct cost of the order
*** 	student result: "0.0"
*** 	correct result: "6.4375"
*** Tests failed.

### Question q2: 0/1 ###


Question q3
===========
Welcome to shop1 fruit shop
Welcome to shop2 fruit shop
*** FAIL: test_cases/q3/select_shop1.test
*** 	shopSmart(order, shops) must select the cheapest shop
*** 	student result: "None"
*** 	correct result: ""
Welcome to shop1 fruit shop
Welcome to shop2 fruit shop
*** FAIL: test_cases/q3/select_shop2.test
*** 	shopSmart(order, shops) must select the cheapest shop
*** 	student result: "None"
*** 	correct result: ""
Welcome to shop1 fruit shop
Welcome to shop2 fruit shop
Welcome to shop3 fruit shop
*** FAIL: test_cases/q3/select_shop3.test
*** 	shopSmart(order, shops) must select the cheapest shop
*** 	student result: "None"
*** 	correct result: ""
*** Tests failed.

### Question q3: 0/1 ###


Finished at 23:39:51

Provisional grades
==================
Question q1: 0/1
Question q2: 0/1
Question q3: 0/1
------------------
Total: 0/3

Your grades are NOT yet registered.  To register your grades, make sure
to follow your instructor's guidelines to receive credit on your project.

For each of the three questions, this shows the results of that question’s tests, the question’s grade, and a final summary at the end. Because you haven’t yet solved the questions, all the tests fail. As you solve each question you may find some tests pass while others fail. When all tests pass for a question, you get full marks.
Looking at the results for question 1, you can see that it has failed three tests with the error message “add(a, b) must return the sum of a and b”. The answer your code gives is always 0, but the correct answer is different. We’ll fix that next.

Question 1: Addition

Open addition.py and look at the definition of add:

def add(a, b):
    "Return the sum of a and b"
    "*** YOUR CODE HERE ***"
    return 0

The tests called this with a and b set to different values, but the code always returned zero. Modify this definition to read:

def add(a, b):
    "Return the sum of a and b"
    print("Passed a = %s and b = %s, returning a + b = %s" % (a, b, a + b))
    return a + b

Now rerun the autograder (omitting the results for questions 2 and 3):


[cse412a@at ~/tutorial]$ python autograder.py -q q1
Starting on 1-22 at 23:12:08

Question q1
===========

*** PASS: test_cases/q1/addition1.test
*** 	add(a,b) returns the sum of a and b
*** PASS: test_cases/q1/addition2.test
*** 	add(a,b) returns the sum of a and b
*** PASS: test_cases/q1/addition3.test
*** 	add(a,b) returns the sum of a and b

### Question q1: 1/1 ###


Finished at 23:12:08

Provisional grades
==================
Question q1: 1/1
------------------
Total: 1/1

Question 2: buyLotsOfFruit function

Implement the buyLotsOfFruit(orderList) function in buyLotsOfFruit.py which takes a list of (fruit,numPounds) tuples and returns the cost of your list. If there is some fruit in the list which doesn’t appear in fruitPrices it should print an error message and return None. Please do not change the fruitPrices variable.
Run python autograder.py until question 2 passes all tests and you get full marks. Each test will confirm that buyLotsOfFruit(orderList) returns the correct answer given various possible inputs. For example, test_cases/q2/food_price1.test tests whether:
Cost of [('apples', 2.0), ('pears', 3.0), ('limes', 4.0)] is 12.25

Question 3: shopSmart function

Fill in the function shopSmart(orderList,fruitShops) in shopSmart.py, which takes an orderList (like the kind passed in to FruitShop.getPriceOfOrder) and a list of FruitShop and returns the FruitShop where your order costs the least amount in total. Don’t change the file name or variable names, please. Note that we will provide the shop.py implementation as a “support” file, so you don’t need to submit yours.
Run python autograder.py until question 3 passes all tests and you get full marks. Each test will confirm that shopSmart(orderList,fruitShops) returns the correct answer given various possible inputs. For example, with the following variable definitions:


orders1 = [('apples', 1.0), ('oranges', 3.0)]
orders2 = [('apples', 3.0)]
dir1 = {'apples': 2.0, 'oranges': 1.0}
shop1 =  shop.FruitShop('shop1',dir1)
dir2 = {'apples': 1.0, 'oranges': 5.0}
shop2 = shop.FruitShop('shop2', dir2)
shops = [shop1, shop2]

test_cases/q3/select_shop1.test tests whether: shopSmart.shopSmart(orders1, shops) == shop1
and test_cases/q3/select_shop2.test tests whether: shopSmart.shopSmart(orders2, shops) == shop2

Submission

In order to submit your project, please upload the following files to Project 0 on Gradescope: addition.py, buyLotsOfFruit.py, and shopSmart.py. Please do not upload the files in a zip file or a directory as the autograder will not work if you do so.