How many vertices of the regular polygons can you see in the light?
You are given two lists as input values (a list of the regular polygons and a list of the circles.)
Detail of the regular polygon (as a tuple of 4 integers):
- x coordinate of the top vertex.
- y coordinate of the top vertex.
- The length of an edge.
- The number of vertices.
Detail of the circle (as a tuple of 3 integers):
- x coordinate of the center.
- y coordinate of the center.
- The length of the radius.
You have to return the number of vertices in the circles.
- The Regular polygons is vertical symmetry.
- Don't count vertices with negative coordinates. (e.g. (-1, 2), (2, -3), (-3, -4))
- No test case where the circumference is close to the vertices.
searchlights([(2, 3, 2, 3)], [(1, 2, 1)]) == 1 # regular triangle searchlights([(4, 5, 2, 4)], [(4, 4, 3)]) == 4 # square
Input: two arguments:
- The regular polygons (a list of tuples of 4 integers)
- The circles (a list of tuples of 3 integers)
Output: The number of vertices (an integer).
- length of edge ≥ 1
- length of radius ≥ 1
- Regular polygons doesn't have any common vertex.
How it is used: To draw a regular polygon.