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Relative Ranks…[FTC]Python…Athelete Scores

You are given an integer array score of size n, where score[i] is the score of the ith athlete in a competition. All the scores are guaranteed to be unique. The athletes are placed based on their scores, where the 1st place athlete has the highest score, the 2nd place athlete has the 2nd highest score, and so on.

The placement of each athlete determines their rank:

The 1st place athlete’s rank is “Gold Medal”.
The 2nd place athlete’s rank is “Silver Medal”.
The 3rd place athlete’s rank is “Bronze Medal”.
For the 4th place to the nth place athlete, their rank is their placement number (i.e., the xth place athlete’s rank is “x”).

Return an array answer of size n where answer[i] is the rank of the ith athlete

Input: [5, 4, 3, 2, 1]

Output: ["Gold Medal", "Silver Medal", "Bronze Medal", "4", "5"]

Explanation:
The first three athletes got the top three highest scores, so they got "Gold Medal", "Silver Medal" and "Bronze Medal".
For the left two athletes, you just need to output their relative ranks according to their scores.
def relative(scores):
    temp=sorted(scores,reverse=True)
    d={}
    L=['Gold Medal','Silver Medal','Bronze Medal']
    for i in range(len(scores)):
        if i>=3:
            d[temp[i]]=i+1
        else:
            d[temp[i]]=L[i]
    return [d[i] for i in scores]

scores= list(map(int,input('The Scores  :  ').split(' ')))
print(relative(scores))

Input_1:
The Scores : 5 4 3 2 1
Output:
[‘Gold Medal’, ‘Silver Medal’, ‘Bronze Medal’, 4, 5]


Input_2:
The Scores : 10 3 8 9 4
Output:
[‘Gold Medal’, 5, ‘Bronze Medal’, ‘Silver Medal’, 4]



Input_3:
The Scores : 20 25 36 58 55 100
Output:
[6, 5, 4, ‘Silver Medal’, ‘Bronze Medal’, ‘Gold Medal’]


Input_4:
The Scores : 66 20 18 92 12
Output:
[‘Silver Medal’, ‘Bronze Medal’, 4, ‘Gold Medal’, 5]


Illustration of the Output:

Executed using python3