Here’s a small project for you if you’re new to Python. To develop your abilities, make a very basic calculator! I’ll teach you how to create one in this article.
We’ll need to make three inputs for the user to fill up with their chosen values.
We begin by creating num1, which is the first number the user must compute.
num1 = int(input("❯ Enter The First Number: "))
Second, we design an operator that the user may use to input data. If the user needs to multiply, for example, they may just type *.
operator = (input("❯ Enter '+', '-', '*' or '/'"))
Finally, we generate num2, which is the second number the user must compute.
num2 = int(input("❯ Enter The Second Number: "))
Remember to include int(integer) before the inputs!
Now we’ll write the code for the calculator’s logic.
We’ll use ifstatements to write code that adds, subtracts, multiplies, or divides using the calculator.
if operator == '+': answer = num1 + num2
if operator == '-': answer = num1 - num2
if operator == '*': answer = num1 * num2
if operator == '/': answer = num1 / num2
That concludes the logic!
The only thing left to do is print it!
print("❯ The Answer Is " + str(answer))
Make sure str(string) is present once again!
That’s all there is to it; the calculator is now complete!
Congratulations on this project, and good luck with your studies!
Here’s how it turned out:
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