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Matt Jones matt.walker.jones at gmail.com
Fri Jan 11 15:24:41 CET 2013


Pay isn't linked to the "people" in any way.  A dictionary would serve this
purpose better (at least in this simple example).

database = {
    'Mac' : 1000,
    'Sam' : 2000
}

name = raw_input('Enter your name:')
if name in database.keys(): print "your pay is $", database[name]

*Matt Jones*


On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 12:35 PM, <kwakukwatiah at gmail.com> wrote:

>   pls this is a code to show the pay of two people.bt I want each of to
> be able to get a different money when they enter their user name,and to use
> it for about six people.
> database = [
>     ['Mac'],
>     ['Sam'],
>     ]
> pay1 = 1000
> pay2 = 2000
>
> name = raw_input('Enter your name: ')
> if [name] in database:print "your pay is $",pay
>
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