Richard: I believe there are a couple of inconsistencies in the test cases.
- You mention in the problem statement that the 'alphabetized built-in' functions should follow 'alphabetized' functions. However, 'log10' (not built-in) appears before 'log2' (built-in).
- 'i' is also a built-in function. 'which i' indicates that.
'i' in test case 2 is also 'built-in'
I agree , exist('i') return 5 .
I changed hte "i" to "k".
Even though "i" was being used as a variable and not in its capacity as a built-in function.
In what order the names of the function are sorted?
(Thanks for the useful tags.)
IMHO, this question makes no sense,
Other methods can be used to examine the exist function. The test sample for this subject is boring.
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