http://codingbat.com/prob/p124676

This post refers to "near_hundred" problem in the Warmup-1 section of

Codingbat /python

__My solution was this:__def near_hundred(n):

if n<100:

if 100-n<=10:

return True

else:

return False

if n>=100 and n<=200:

if n-100<=10:

return True

if n-100>10:

if 200-n<=10:

return True

else:

return False

if n>=200:

if n-200<=10:

return True

else:

return False

__Codebat's Solution__```
def near_hundred(n):
return ((abs(100 - n) <= 10) or (abs(200 - n) <= 10))
```

this function makes the other way of doing it sound so lame.

one cool and handy function this is.

Its just like taking modulus in mathematics.

thats how we take mod in python.