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Monday Wednesday 10:00 Python Practice 20.07.08.

09 Jul Monday Wednesday 10:00 Python Practice 20.07.08.

You can do Question 1~ 3 in Python IDLE shell:

Question 1.

Use float() to create a number from a string like ‘12.34’. Make sure the result is really a number!


Question 2.

Try using int() to create an integer from a decimal number like 56.78. Did the answer get rounded up or down?


Question 3.

Try using int() to create an integer from a string. Make sure the result is really an integer!



You could create python file and Write program for the following questions, detailed instructions of how to create python file is at the end of this page:

Question 4.

Write a program that asks for your first name, then asks for your last name, and then prints a message with your first and last names in it.

Hint:
Use input() to ask question and get answer, for example:

firstName = input("What is your first name?")

The string answer as value will be assigned to variable firstName.


Question 5.

Write a program that asks for the dimensions (length and width) of a rectangular room, and then calculates and displays the total amount(area) of carpet needed to cover the room.

Hint:
Use input() to ask question and get answer, however, you can only get string data type of answer. In order to get decimal number as dimensions, you need to use float(input(…..)) which will convert from string answer into a decimal number.



Instruction of how to create and run a program in Python:

  • Open Python IDLE
  • In Menu Bar, Click “File” => “New File”
  • In the file write your program
  • After finishing writing the program, click “Run”=>”Run Module” in menu bar or just press “F5”
  • Python will ask you save the file before run the program
  • Check your code and fix the errors.
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