# Subset-Product solver # with minor improvements import itertools import numpy s = list(map(int, input('Enter numbers WITH SPACES: ').split(' '))) print('enter target integer: ') target = int(input()) # This chunk of code is meant to experiment with no instances # in poly time. for i in s: if i < 0: print('must only be positive integers') quit() check = ; if numpy.prod(s) % target == 0: check.append(target) if len(check) < 1: print(target, 'is a FALSE subset product') quit() if s.count(str(target)+str(' ')) > 0: print('yes') else: print('no') quit() def findsubsets(s, n): return list(itertools.combinations(s, n)) # Driver Code n = len(s) # This code snippet is a for loop. It also is intended to cut down execution # time ounce it finds the target integer. (instead of creating all combinations) res_2 = ; for i in range(1, len(s)+1): if i > 1: var = (findsubsets(s, i)) kk = list(map(numpy.prod, var)) res_2.append(kk) if str(res_2).count(str(target)+str(',')) > 0: print('yes') quit() if str(res_2).count(str(target)) > 0: print('yes')
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