I recently completed the **Arthimetic Formatter** for python, which works in python, but when I run it in replit I fail all the tests.Just for context, I didn’t create the program within replit, instead i created it within python. So when it came to testing, I just copied and pasted the questions from * test_module.py* into the

*object within the bottom of my code.*

**arithmetic_arranger****So my question is does it matter if my code produces the same results visually but not coded identically to the expected outcome?**

For example the expected outcome for first question within * test_module.py* is:

```
' 3801 123\n- 2 + 49\n------ -----'
```

However my answer for the same question within * test_module.py*, was arranged by using:

```
arranged_problems = print(top), print(middle), print(divider), print(solution)
```

To create this:

```
3801 123
- 2 + 49
------ -----
```

**Do I need to revise the program to get the exact same results that they expect?**

and

**Does that also mean I won’t get the certificate to prove that I have completed the assignment?**

My Code to the assignment (if anyone is interested):

```
import re
def arithmetic_arranger(problems, answer = False):
top = ''
middle = ''
divider = ''
solution = ''
count = 0
for problem in problems:
count += 1
while count > 5:
print('Error: Too many problems.')
quit()
max_digits = problem.split(' ')
for x in max_digits:
if len(x) >= 5:
print('Error: Numbers cannot be more than four digits.')
quit()
if re.findall('[A-za-z]',problem):
print('Error: Numbers must only contain digits.')
quit()
if re.findall('[*/%=]',problem):
print("Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'.")
quit()
max_digits = problem.split(' ')
for x in max_digits:
if len(x) >= 5:
print('Error: Numbers cannot be more than four digits.')
quit()
top_space = ''
middle_space = ''
dashes = ''
solution_space = ''
if len(problem.split(' ')[0]) > len(problem.split(' ')[2]):
middle_count = int(len(problem.split(' ')[0])) - int(len(problem.split(' ')[2]))
top_space = ''
while middle_count > 0:
middle_space += ' '
middle_count -= 1
elif len(problem.split(' ')[0]) < len(problem.split(' ')[2]):
top_count = int(len(problem.split(' ')[2])) - int(len(problem.split(' ')[0]))
middle_space = ''
while top_count > 0:
top_space += ' '
top_count -= 1
top = top + ' ' + top_space + problem.split(' ')[0] + ' '
middle = middle + problem.split(' ')[1] + ' ' + middle_space + problem.split(' ')[2] + ' '
for x in problem.split(' ')[1] + ' ' + middle_space + problem.split(' ')[2]:
dashes += '-'
divider = divider + dashes + ' '
solve = 0
if answer is True:
if problem.split(' ')[1] == '+':
solve = int(problem.split(' ')[0]) + int(problem.split(' ')[2])
elif problem.split(' ')[1] == '-':
solve = int(problem.split(' ')[0]) - int(problem.split(' ')[2])
else:
continue
str_solve = str(solve)
solution_count = int(len(problem.split(' ')[1] + ' ' + middle_space + problem.split(' ')[2])) - int(len(str_solve))
while solution_count > 0:
solution_space += ' '
solution_count -= 1
solution = solution + solution_space + str_solve + ' '
arranged_problems = print(top),
print(middle),
print(divider), print(solution)
return arranged_problems
arithmetic_arranger(['3801 - 2', '123 + 49'])
```

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**Challenge:** Arithmetic Formatter

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