I also think that some descriptions are just not detailed enough.
Line 1: the width L of a letter represented in ASCII art. All letters are the same width.
Line 2: the height H of a letter represented in ASCII art. All letters are the same height.
Line 3: The line of text T, composed of N ASCII characters.
Following lines: the string of characters ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ? Represented in ASCII art.
“for i in xrange(h):
row = raw_input()”
gives me what exactly?
does it go through the first row from left to right, then the next, row, etc., putting all that stuff behindt one another?
or does it give me some array of arrays, where each inner array contains one line?
or an array of strings where each sring contains the symbols of one line?
and how is that supposed to help me if I get some “** *** * *** * * * * *** * ** ** *” as
input which by some weird formatting should display “1 2 3” in ascii art?
I say that we should somehow be able to actually view the input we get.
cause currently I have o downright guess what the input will look like as the raw_input() function doesnt even tell me what the f*ck it is gonna give me, if it’s some integer, a string, an array, or something completely different?
given that some weird int(raw_input()) function exists doesn’t really make it any easier :-/