Calculator Problem
Charlie Winn
charliewinn97 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 3 19:04:35 CET 2014
On Sunday, February 2, 2014 9:46:24 PM UTC, Gary Herron wrote:
> On 02/02/2014 01:16 PM, Charlie Winn wrote:
>
> > Hey Guys i Need Help , When i run this program i get the 'None' Under the program, see what i mean by just running it , can someone help me fix this
>
> >
>
> > def Addition():
>
> > print('Addition: What are two your numbers?')
>
> > 1 = float(input('First Number:'))
>
> > 2 = float(input('Second Number:'))
>
> > print('Your Final Result is:', 1 + 2)
>
> >
>
> >
>
> > def Subtraction():
>
> > print('Subtraction: What are two your numbers?')
>
> > 3 = float(input('First Number:'))
>
> > 4 = float(input('Second Number:'))
>
> > print('Your Final Result is:', 3 - 4)
>
> >
>
> >
>
> > def Multiplication():
>
> > print('Multiplication: What are two your numbers?')
>
> > 5 = float(input('First Number:'))
>
> > 6 = float(input('Second Number:'))
>
> > print('Your Final Result is:', 5 * 6)
>
> >
>
> >
>
> > def Division():
>
> > print('Division: What are your two numbers?')
>
> > 7 = float(input('First Number:'))
>
> > 8 = float(input('Second Number:'))
>
> > print('Your Final Result is:', 7 / 8)
>
> >
>
> >
>
> >
>
> > print('What type of calculation would you like to do?')
>
> > Question = input('(Add, Subtract, Divide or Multiply)')
>
> > if Question.lower().startswith('a'):
>
> > print(Addition())
>
> > elif Question.lower().startswith('s'):
>
> > print(Subtraction())
>
> > elif Question.lower().startswith('d'):
>
> > print(Division())
>
> > elif Question.lower().startswith('m'):
>
> > print(Multiplication())
>
> > else:
>
> > print('Please Enter The First Letter Of The Type Of Calculation You Would Like To Use')
>
> >
>
> > while Question == 'test':
>
> > Question()
>
>
>
> Sorry, but in fact you did *not* run this program as you claim. It's
>
> full of syntax errors. Any attempt to run it will display syntax errors
>
> immediately, and never actually run. So please tell us what really
>
> happened.
>
>
>
> But even without an accurate description of what you did, I can say this:
>
>
>
> Lines like
>
> 1 = float(...)
>
> don't make sense. It's as if you are trying to change the value of the
>
> number one, but that's nonsense.
>
>
>
> And lines like
>
> print('Your Final Result is:', 5 * 6)
>
> had better print out 30 (since that is what 5 times 6 is) but that's
>
> clearly not what you intended.
>
>
>
> Gary Herron
excuse me but don't be so ******* rude , i did run this program and it did run correctly and if you want me to prove it with screenshots so be it , so don't make accusations ** Gary ** i only came here for some help not to be accused of not even running my program
Charlie :D
More information about the Python-list
mailing list