I am solving a puzzle using python and depending on which puzzle I am solving I will have to use a special set of rules. How can I pass a function into another function in Python?
def Game(listA, listB, rules): if rules == True: do... else: do... def Rule1(v): if "variable_name1" in v: return False elif "variable_name2" in v: return False else: return True def Rule2(v): if "variable_name3" and "variable_name4" in v: return False elif "variable_name4" and variable_name1 in v: return False else: return True
This is just a pseudo code and therefore not specific but I get the code to compile but I need to know how to call the function
Game and whether it's correctly defined since rules will be switched for either
Just pass it in like any other parameter:
def a(x): return "a(%s)" % (x,) def b(f,x): return f(x) print b(a,10)