p

```
# To get an insight into Greedy Algorithm through the Knapsack problem
"""
A shopkeeper has bags of wheat that each have different weights and different profits.
eg.
profit 5 8 7 1 12 3 4
weight 2 7 1 6 4 2 5
max_weight 100
Constraints:
max_weight > 0
profit[i] >= 0
weight[i] >= 0
Calculate the maximum profit that the shopkeeper can make given maxmum weight that can
be carried.
"""
def calc_profit(profit: list, weight: list, max_weight: int) -> int:
"""
Function description is as follows-
:param profit: Take a list of profits
:param weight: Take a list of weight if bags corresponding to the profits
:param max_weight: Maximum weight that could be carried
:return: Maximum expected gain
>>> calc_profit([1, 2, 3], [3, 4, 5], 15)
6
>>> calc_profit([10, 9 , 8], [3 ,4 , 5], 25)
27
"""
if len(profit) != len(weight):
raise ValueError("The length of profit and weight must be same.")
if max_weight <= 0:
raise ValueError("max_weight must greater than zero.")
if any(p < 0 for p in profit):
raise ValueError("Profit can not be negative.")
if any(w < 0 for w in weight):
raise ValueError("Weight can not be negative.")
# List created to store profit gained for the 1kg in case of each weight
# respectively. Calculate and append profit/weight for each element.
profit_by_weight = [p / w for p, w in zip(profit, weight)]
# Creating a copy of the list and sorting profit/weight in ascending order
sorted_profit_by_weight = sorted(profit_by_weight)
# declaring useful variables
length = len(sorted_profit_by_weight)
limit = 0
gain = 0
i = 0
# loop till the total weight do not reach max limit e.g. 15 kg and till i<length
while limit <= max_weight and i < length:
# flag value for encountered greatest element in sorted_profit_by_weight
biggest_profit_by_weight = sorted_profit_by_weight[length - i - 1]
"""
Calculate the index of the biggest_profit_by_weight in profit_by_weight list.
This will give the index of the first encountered element which is same as of
biggest_profit_by_weight. There may be one or more values same as that of
biggest_profit_by_weight but index always encounter the very first element
only. To curb this alter the values in profit_by_weight once they are used
here it is done to -1 because neither profit nor weight can be in negative.
"""
index = profit_by_weight.index(biggest_profit_by_weight)
profit_by_weight[index] = -1
# check if the weight encountered is less than the total weight
# encountered before.
if max_weight - limit >= weight[index]:
limit += weight[index]
# Adding profit gained for the given weight 1 ===
# weight[index]/weight[index]
gain += 1 * profit[index]
else:
# Since the weight encountered is greater than limit, therefore take the
# required number of remaining kgs and calculate profit for it.
# weight remaining / weight[index]
gain += (max_weight - limit) / weight[index] * profit[index]
break
i += 1
return gain
if __name__ == "__main__":
print(
"Input profits, weights, and then max_weight (all positive ints) separated by "
"spaces."
)
profit = [int(x) for x in input("Input profits separated by spaces: ").split()]
weight = [int(x) for x in input("Input weights separated by spaces: ").split()]
max_weight = int(input("Max weight allowed: "))
# Function Call
calc_profit(profit, weight, max_weight)
```