[Solved] python calculator with two float numbers as parameters [closed]

Hope this code may help you def add(a,b): print(a+b) def subract(a,b): print(a-b) def multipy(a,b): print(a*b) def divide(a,b): print(a/b) ch=”y” while ch==”y” or ch==”Y”: x = float(input(“first number : “)) y = float(input(“second number: “)) print(“…..MENU…….\n 1.Add\n 2.Subtract\n 3.Multiply\n 4.Divide\n”) op=int(input(“Enter your choice : “)) if op==1: add(x,y) elif op==2: subract(x,y) elif op==3: multipy(x,y) elif op==4: … Read more

[Solved] how to print a string who contains variables, the string is contained is .json file? [closed]

I think you should develop more on your fundamentals, and try out your own code before asking a question here. I guess what you are trying to achieve can be done like this. import json with open(“example.json”, “r”) as f: json_content = json.load(f) message = json_content[“message”] variable = “var” print(message.format(variable=variable)) # prints # this is … Read more

(Solved) How to read each line in an input text file and determine if each line is true or false?

Since idk how to format things in comments if thats a thing, heres what i have now. @achampion def readline(lines): if lines in strings: return True else: return False with open(‘output.txt’, ‘w+’) as output_file: with open(‘input.txt’, ‘r’) as input_file: for lines in input_file: if readline(lines) == True: output_file.write(‘True\n’) print(‘true’) else: output_file.write(‘False\n’) print(‘false’) 2 solved How … Read more