[Tutor] Roman Numeral to Digital
kent37 at tds.net
Thu Mar 8 11:58:31 CET 2007
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Alan Gilfoy wrote:
> I am learning how to program in python as a major component of my
> school's senior project, and my most recent assignment was to write a
> program that converts Roman numerals to digital (base-10 Arabic numerals).
> Now, I was told I have to write the program myself, but I was told I was
> allowed to ask for hints. :)
> As of right now, I've written a user interface (after all, here that's a
> simple loop-and-prompt setup leading to print statements), but I have
> "dummy code" in the place where the conversion code needs to be.
> I want to create two separate functions:
> print "Digital - to - Roman conversion (dummy code)"
> roman_result = "XXX"
> return roman_result
> print "Roman - to - digital conversion (dummy code)"
> digital_result = 30
> return digital_result
> I'm going to set each of those two "inputs" by a prompt asking for what
> the program user wants to work with.
> #Such as:
> digital_input = int(raw_input("What digital (base-10) number do you wish
> to convert to Roman numerals?))
> I'm not sure how I would program Python to run the actual conversions.
> PS: I'm familiar with Roman numerals, and I know how to do the
> conversions manually.
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