Python 3 Questiones (write the program 2)

May 27th, 2015
Computer Science
Price: $30 USD

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1. You cannot import any module

2. The programs must be solved by Recursion 

3. Please use Python 3

4. Your answer must passed the before submit


Question 1:Write a program that displays all the possible words that can be created from the given letters.

1.Your program should first ask the user for the name of the file that contains all the possible 

a. There will be one word on each line of the file 

b. All of the words in the file are lower case 

2.Next your program should ask the user for the letters. The letters will be given on 1 line with a space between each character. 

3.Your program should then display all of the possible words that can be created using those letters. 

a. Each letter can only be used one time

  1. For example if the letters input were: a p, then app would not be a valid word because it used p twice even though there was only 1 p entered. In order for app to be a valid word the user would have to at least enter 'a p p' as input.

b. The results should be displayed in alphabetical order

c. Each word should only be displayed one time.



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