Python at the pump: A script for filling your gas tank

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I recently began driving a car that had traditionally used premium gas (93 octane). According to the maker, though, it requires only 91 octane. The thing is, in the US, you can buy only 87, 89, or 93 octane. Where I live, gas prices jump 30 cents per gallon jump from one grade to the next, so premium costs 60 cents more than regular. So why not try to save some money?

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Author: dasuberworm

Standing just over 2 meters and hailing from о́стров Ратма́нова, Dasuberworm is a professional cryptologist, entrepreneur and cage fighter. When he's not breaking cyphers and punching people in the face, Das enjoys receiving ominous DHL packages at one of his many drop sites in SE Asia.

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