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This is a dating program Im making that compares profiles of 4 people on a scale of 0.0 to 1.0. The data the people have is their name, sex, desired sex of mate which has to be mutual or they automatially get 0.0, otherwise they are compared with their finance and romance numbers both between 0.0 and 1.0 and then the greater the difference between these averaged numbers the lower the overall score. This program is giving me weird results, and its frying my brain to figure out why, if anyone can help Id appreciate it.
Ulf- This is what I get when I run the program, I just think its strange that each person is only getting a response from one person of the opposite sex when there are two people of the opposite sex that they should get a response from.
John John fit: 0.0 Mary fit: 0.0 George fit: 0.0 Ellen fit: 0.060000000000000005 Mary John fit: 0.0 Mary fit: 0.0 George fit: 0.06000000000000001 Ellen fit: 0.0 George John fit: 0.0 Mary fit: 0.0 George fit: 0.0 Ellen fit: 0.30000000000000004 Ellen John fit: 0.060000000000000005 Mary fit: 0.0 George fit: 0.0 Ellen fit: 0.0
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
It may be due to the fact that you're mixing uppercase and lowercase letters for the genders, which you are then comparing using "==". Remember that 'M' != 'm'