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# Python programming Q3. 40 points Problem Statement: Ask the user to enter a sequence of numbers. Let's call this sequence A.

Python programming

Q3. 40 points Problem Statement:

Ask the user to enter a sequence of numbers. Let's call this sequence A. Thereafter ask the user to enter a sequence of numbers B which indicates positions which are most important. We generate a sequence as follows:

The most important numbers specified by B must be at the beginning and in the opposite order of what they were in A.

The remaining number from A are to be sorted.

Sample Output 1:

Please enter A: 9 3 1 20 11 0

Please enter B: 3 6

The sequence you want is: 0 1 3 9 11 20

The numbers at positions 3 and 6, 1 and 0. They are at the beginning and in opposite order of what they appeared in list A. The other numbers are sorted.

Sample Output 2:

Please enter A: 9 3 1 20 11 0

Please enter B: 1 6

The sequence you want is: 0 9 1 3 11 20

The numbers at positions 1 and 6 are 9 and 0 respectively. They are at the beginning and in the opposite order of what they appeared in list A. The other numbers are sorted.

Sample Output 3:

Please enter A: 9 3 1 20 11 0

Please enter B: 1 4 6

The sequence you want is: 0 20 9 1 3 11

The numbers at positions 1, 4 and 6 are 9, 20 and 0 respectively. They are at the beginning and in opposite order of what they appeared in list A. The other numbers are sorted.

def insSort(L):

i = 1

while i < len(L):

j = i

while j > 0 and L[j-1] > L[j]:

temp = L[j-1]

L[j-1] = L[j]

L[j] = temp

j -= 1

i += 1

def main():

inp = input("Please enter A: ")

oglst = [int(x) for x in inp.split()]

inp2 = input("Please enter B: ")

pos = [(int(x)-1) for x in inp2.split()]

lst = []

new = []

for i in range(len(oglst)):

if i not in pos:

lst.append(oglst[i])

else:

new.append(oglst[i])

insSort(lst)

insSort(new)

new += lst;

print("The sequence you want is: ", end="")

for i in new:

print(i,end = " ")

main()

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