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high_rack_bay_calculation

DeaD_EyE Jun 30th, 2020 1,446 Never
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  1. from collections import namedtuple
  2.  
  3.  
  4. def calc_bay_pos(
  5.     bay_no,
  6.     rows,
  7.     cols,
  8.     bay_start_no=0,
  9.     row_start_no=0,
  10.     col_start_no=0,
  11.     horizontal=True,
  12.     to_up=True,
  13.     to_left=True,
  14.     ):
  15.     Row = namedtuple("Bay", "row col")
  16.     bay_no -= bay_start_no
  17.     if bay_no < 0:
  18.         raise ValueError
  19.     if bay_no >= rows * cols:
  20.         raise ValueError
  21.     if horizontal:
  22.         col = bay_no % cols
  23.         row = bay_no // cols
  24.     else:
  25.         row = bay_no % rows
  26.         col = bay_no // rows
  27.     if not to_up:
  28.         row = rows - row - 1
  29.     if not to_left:
  30.         col = cols - col - 1
  31.     return Row(row + row_start_no, col + col_start_no)
  32.  
  33.  
  34. def make_matrix(rows, cols):
  35.     return [[0 for _ in range(cols)] for _ in range(rows)]
  36.  
  37.  
  38. def print_matrix(result):
  39.     for row in result:
  40.         print(" | ".join(map("{:^3d}".format, row)))
  41.  
  42.  
  43. rows = 3
  44. cols = 5
  45. mat = make_matrix(rows, cols)
  46. for horizontal in (True, False):
  47.     for up in (True, False):
  48.         for left in (True, False):
  49.             print("=" * 25)
  50.             print("Horizontal" if horizontal else "Vertical", end=" ")
  51.             print("- Up" if up else "- Down", end=" ")
  52.             print("- Left" if left else "- Right")
  53.             for bay in range(rows * cols):
  54.                 pos = calc_bay_pos(bay, rows, cols, horizontal=horizontal, to_up=up, to_left=left)
  55.                 mat[pos.row][pos.col] = bay
  56.             print_matrix(mat)
  57.             print()
  58.  
  59.  
  60.  
  61. def calculate_xy_position(row, col, row_shift, col_shift, row_offset, col_offset):
  62.     Position = namedtuple("Position", "x y")
  63.     return Position(row * row_shift + row_offset, col * col_shift + col_offset)
  64.  
  65.                
  66.  
  67. # calculate_xy_position(1, 0, 100, 100, 50, 50)
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