https://repl.it/@johnj/pattern-finder. Put in a sequence of characters, and it will try to find a pattern! (it can only do simple ones like 121212, where it is obvious, not 121314, where it is one, followed by an increasing number.) only sort of ai, but close enough!

Note: it will only find repeating patterns.

This is what it would look like if you said this is the pattern:

sequence = input('put your sequence here: ')

sequence.split()

a = 2

pattern_types = []

patterns_found = 0

while True:

find = []

find2 = []

find3 = []

b = 0

c = 0

d = len(sequence) // a

for i in range(d):

find.append(sequence[b])

b += 1

for i in range(d):

find2.append(sequence[b])

b += 1

if len(sequence) - (d * 2) != 0: for i in range(len(sequence) - (d * 2)):

find3.append(sequence[b])

b += 1

if find == find2:

if len(find3) <= len(find):

for i in range(len(find3)):

if find[c] == find3[c]:

c += 1

else:

print('We did not find a pattern.')

break

if c == len(find3):

patterns_found += 1

pattern_types.append('repeating pattern')

print('We found a pattern!')

print("The pattern was: " , sequence)

break

else:

a += 1

b = 0

d = len(sequence) // a

if d == -1:

print('we did not find a pattern.')

break

def find_pattern():

global find

simple = []

simple1 = []

a1 = 0

a2 = -1

while True:

if len(find) % 2 == 0:

times = len(find) / 2

for i in range(times):

simple.append(find[a1])

simple1.append(find[a2])

a1 += 1

a2 -= 2

if simple == simple1:

find = simple

find_pattern()

else:

print(simple)

@SebastianCooke yeah... that would be because I had to stop in the middle of a line... I'll change that.

Hi there,

Your program tells us if it found a pattern or not -- but it should also tell us the pattern!

Maka

@themaka HEY! Good Idea! I'll work on that.

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