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```#On the name of ALLAH and may the blessing and peace of Allah
#be upon the Messenger of Allah Mohamed Salla Allahu Aliahi Wassalam.
#Date : 23/02/10
#version :2.6

"""
Pi_approximation uses the subinterval_length function and return
its value and yield all the points values while using the subinterval_point
function and Pi function compute Pi approximation with 16 decimal places
the greater the value of the number the more precise is Pi value
"""

class Pi_Approximation(object):
"""
Class that represent Pi approximation
"""
def __init__(self, number):
"""
Pi_Approximation constructor takes the number constant
"""
self.number = number

def subinterval_length(self):
"""
Compute subinterval_length
"""
sub_length = 2/float(self.number)
return sub_length

def subinterval_point(self):
"""
Compute the value of each point
"""

#attempt to yield all the Xk points values using the subinterval_point
try:
for item in range(1,self.number + 1):
sub_point = -1 + ((item - 1/2.0)* Pi_Approximation.subinterval_length(self))
yield sub_point

#Raise TypeError if input is not numerical
except TypeError:
print "\n<The entered value is not a number"

def Pi(self):
"""
Computing Pi value.
"""

#attempt to Approximate Pi for a given value
try:

my_sum = 0    #Set my_sum to 0

# using subinterval_point function to compute Pi approximation.
# the greater the value of the number the more accurate result
for self.point in Pi_Approximation.subinterval_point(self):

self.pi_X = pow((1-self.point**2),0.5)
my_sum += self.pi_X
pi = (my_sum * Pi_Approximation.subinterval_length(self))*2
yield repr(pi)

#Raise TypeError if input is not numerical
except TypeError:
print  "\n<The entered value is not a number"

if __name__ == '__main__':
for arg in xrange(600000,2700000,300000):

pi = Pi_Approximation(arg)
for i in pi.Pi():
pass
print i

#######################################################################
# FT python "C:\Users\Pi1.py"
#
# 3.1415926556860203
# 3.1415926547308004
# 3.1415926543309367
# 3.1415926541200871
# 3.1415926539930723
# 3.141592653909842
# 3.14159265385199
##########################################################################################

#Version : Python 3.2

#class Pi_Approximation(object):
#    """
#    Class that represent Pi approximation
#    """
#    def __init__(self, number):
#        """
#        Pi_Approximation constructor takes the number constant
#        """
#        self.number = number
#
#    def subinterval_length(self):
#        """
#        Compute subinterval_length
#        """
#        sub_length = 2/float(self.number)
#        return sub_length
#
#    def subinterval_point(self):
#        """
#        Compute the value of each point
#        """
#
#        #attempt to yield all the Xk points values using the subinterval_point
#        try:
#            for item in range(1,self.number + 1):
#                sub_point = -1 + ((item - 1/2.0)* Pi_Approximation.subinterval_length(self))
#                yield sub_point
#
#        #Raise TypeError if input is not numerical
#        except TypeError:
#            print("\n<The entered value is not a number")
#
#    def Pi(self):
#        """
#        Computing Pi value.
#        """
#
#        #attempt to Approximate Pi for a given value
#        try:
#
#            my_sum = 0    #Set my_sum to 0
#
#            # using subinterval_point function to compute Pi approximation.
#            # the greater the value of the number the more accurate result
#            for self.point in Pi_Approximation.subinterval_point(self):
#
#                self.pi_X = pow((1-self.point**2),0.5)
#                my_sum += self.pi_X
#                pi = (my_sum * Pi_Approximation.subinterval_length(self))*2
#                yield ascii(pi)
#
#        #Raise TypeError if input is not numerical
#        except TypeError:
#            print("\n<The entered value is not a number")
#
#if __name__ == '__main__':
#
#    for j in range(600000,2700000,300000):
#        pi = Pi_Approximation(j)
#
#        for i in pi.Pi():
#            pass
#        print (i)
```

#### Diff to Previous Revision

```--- revision 2 2011-01-27 12:44:46
+++ revision 3 2011-01-27 12:50:56
@@ -150,3 +150,4 @@
#
#        for i in pi.Pi():
#            pass
+#        print (i)
```