How to use to_los method in autotest

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...109 left: list of ParserTestResults or a single ParserException110 right: list of ParserTestResults or a single ParserException111 Returns: Generator returned from difflib.Differ().compare()112 """113 def to_los(obj):114 """Generate a list of strings representation of object."""115 if type(obj) is list:116 return [117 '%d) %s' % pair118 for pair in itertools.izip(itertools.count(), obj)]119 else:120 return ['i) %s' % obj]121 return difflib.Differ().compare(to_los(left), to_los(right))122class ParserHarness(object):123 """Harness for objects related to the parser.124 This can exercise a parser on specific result data in various ways.125 """126 def __init__(127 self, parser, job, job_keyval, status_version, status_log_filepath):128 """129 Args:130 parser: tko.parsers.base.parser; Subclass instance of base parser.131 job: job implementation; Returned from parser.make_job()132 job_keyval: dict; Result of parsing job keyval file.133 status_version: str; Status log format version134 status_log_filepath: str; Path to result data status.log file135 """...

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...35MAP = list(map(list, RAW.splitlines()))36def dist2(dc, dr):37 return dc * dc + dr * dr38# returns a map from {alpha: (dist2, (r, c)) for all (r, c) in direction alpha wrt (rr, cc)}39def to_los(rr, cc):40 if MAP[rr][cc] == '.': return dict()41 line_of_sight = defaultdict(list)42 for r, row in enumerate(MAP):43 for c, ch in enumerate(row):44 if (r == rr and c == cc) or ch == '.': continue45 delta = (c-cc), (r-rr)46 line_of_sight[atan2(*delta)].append((dist2(*delta), (r, c)))47 return line_of_sight48max_los = dict()49for r in range(len(MAP)):50 for c in range(len(MAP[0])):51 los = to_los(r, c)52 if len(los) > len(max_los):53 max_los = los54print('1)', len(max_los))55alphas = sorted(max_los.keys())[::-1]56n = 057while any(len(max_los[alpha]) for alpha in alphas):58 for alpha in alphas:59 if max_los[alpha]:60 dist, (r, c) = min(max_los[alpha]) # this is the first in line of sight61 max_los[alpha].remove((dist, (r, c)))62 n += 163 if n == 200:64 print('2)', 100 * c + r)65 break

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