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Python I/O User Input


Python I/O User Input

By : Kou Ryuu
Date : November 22 2020, 10:38 AM
help you fix your problem First of all, you can't use Notepad for that, Notepad is a text editor, you can't use your scripts in that, but you can open Notepad with Python, its not what you want anyways. If we want to contact with user, we using input so we can contact with the user. So this is actually means your script is an interactive shell. This is how we contact with the user, but you want it with Notepad which means like, we have an apple and we can eat it but we want to eat it while the apple inside a lion mouth. It's not possible doing it with Notepad or .txt file, but you can make a database with .txt file or SQlite and you can check informations given by user, are that informations in your database or not.
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how to permanently store an input made by a user in python even after the script restarts, the user input will be stored

how to permanently store an input made by a user in python even after the script restarts, the user input will be stored


By : user85836
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you I am a little stuck with my code i am trying to make a login system where the user can login to their account and use the commands that i have set, but i wanted add some extra input so that the user can register to the login system and use the commands i have set. i wanted to store the input made by the user permanently in a different variable each time so that when the user restarts the peice of code they can log in to the system and they wouldn't need to register again. THANKS IN ADVANCED!!! Sorry my code won't seem to register as code Here is the peice of code that i have created so far: , Hey guys your ways are too complicated all you could do is this
code :
    name = open("usernames.txt", "w") #opens file usernames.txt and gets ready to write to it
file = input("please type some text: ") #asks user for text in code

name.write(file) #writes contents in file to usernames.txt
name.close() #closes file
open1 = open("usernames.txt", "r") #opens file to read it
print (open1.read()) #prints whatever is in the text file
Python. user input(1) string to list. User input (2) finds if there is the word in the first user input

Python. user input(1) string to list. User input (2) finds if there is the word in the first user input


By : Maggie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , EDIT The code is to show the position of the second input variable in the original sentence/list and it always returns 13 if you input to on the second input , You can use in:
code :
sent = input("Sentence:").split()
lkupwrd = str(input("What word do you want to look up?")).lower()

wordList = [word.lower() for word in sent]

if lkupwrd in wordList:
    print([i for i,j in enumerate(wordList) if j == lkupwrd])
myList = ["a","b","c","d","e"]

myListEnumerated = enumerate(myList)

print(list(myListEnumerated))
[(0, 'a'), (1, 'b'), (2, 'c'), (3, 'd'), (4, 'e')]
Asking user for a input then display it according to the number of input. Storing and returning the input.in Python

Asking user for a input then display it according to the number of input. Storing and returning the input.in Python


By : Shikha
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Can someone please help me figure this out in Python? Thank you so much! , In python3, it can be done by the following.
code :
items_str = input('What is on your shopping list today? (Enter elements separated by a comma) ') #take input from the user
items = items_str.replace(" ", "") #to remove whitespaces
items = items.split(',') #creating an array of the items
total = 0
for item in items:
    total = total + int(input("What is the estimated cost for {0}? Enter estimated cost here: ".format(item)))
print("Total estimated cost for ", items_str, " is ", total)
generating user input from the result of previous user input in python 3

generating user input from the result of previous user input in python 3


By : Timothy Laxmana
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I want user input based on the result of the previous input data. This is what i'm trying to do: , This one works fine for me. Plus you have the names saved in a list:
code :
no_of_children = int(input("How many children are u enrolling?")) 
child_names = []
if no_of_children >= 1:
    print("Please provide their names accordingly")
    for i in range(no_of_children):
        child_names.append(input("Name of child #{}:".format(i+1)))
In python, what's the method to ask for a user input based on previous user input?

In python, what's the method to ask for a user input based on previous user input?


By : raffaelecia
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I have an assignment where I need to ask the user to input the total number of integers that will be in the data set, ask for each of the integers, and then add them into a list, then summarize the list into a dictionary. , This is a loop whose body is executed total_ints times:
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