# Chartz browsing

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This one is dedicated to ccc (I watched the EuroPython!) for all his
Help due to me being new and somewhat unsmart mistakes
This is my app that makes a chart
And is called Chartz

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# PieMaker
# This simple thingymajigger (<- be careful that word is in no way professional)
# allows you to enter three % numbers and will make a bar chart.
print('Enter three percentage numbers that add up to 100%...\n')

a = raw_input('Enter % ') or '20'  # 20 is the default value if user just presses enter
aPIE = int(a)
b = raw_input('Enter % ') or '30'
bPIE = int(b)
c = raw_input('Enter % ') or '50'
cPIE = int(c)
total = aPIE + bPIE + cPIE  # make sure the three numbers add up to 100%
assert total == 100, '{} + {} + {} = {} != 100!'.format(a, b, c, total)

n1 = raw_input('Name your first bar ({}%): '.format(a))  or 'first'
n2 = raw_input('Name your second bar ({}%): '.format(b)) or 'second'
n3 = raw_input('Name your third bar ({}%): '.format(c))  or 'third'
print('')

dividing_line = '| {} |'.format('-' * 36)
fmt = '| {:>10} {:>3}% {:<20} |'
print(dividing_line)
stars  = '*' * (aPIE / 5)  # one star for every 5%
print(fmt.format(n1, a, stars))
print(dividing_line)
stars  = '*' * (bPIE / 5)
print(fmt.format(n2, b, stars))
print(dividing_line)
stars  = '*' * (cPIE / 5)
print(fmt.format(n3, c, stars))
print(dividing_line)

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Thanks for the dedication! It is more of a bar chart than a pie chart. A few ideas...

``````# PieMaker
# This simple thingymajigger (<- be careful that word is in no way professional)
# allows you to enter three % numbers and will make a bar chart.
print('Enter three percentage numbers that add up to 100%...\n')

a = raw_input('Enter % ') or '20'  # 20 is the default value if user just presses enter
aPIE = int(a)
b = raw_input('Enter % ') or '30'
bPIE = int(b)
c = raw_input('Enter % ') or '50'
cPIE = int(c)
total = aPIE + bPIE + cPIE  # make sure the three numbers add up to 100%
assert total == 100, '{} + {} + {} = {} != 100!'.format(a, b, c, total)

n1 = raw_input('Name your first pie ({}%): '.format(a))  or 'first'
n2 = raw_input('Name your second pie ({}%): '.format(b)) or 'second'
n3 = raw_input('Name your third pie ({}%): '.format(c))  or 'third'

dividing_line = '| {} |'.format('-' * 36)
fmt = '| {:>10} {:>3}% {:<20} |'
print('\n' + dividing_line)
stars  = '*' * (aPIE / 5)  # one star for every 5%
print(fmt.format(n1, a, stars))
print(dividing_line)
stars  = '*' * (bPIE / 5)
print(fmt.format(n2, b, stars))
print(dividing_line)
stars  = '*' * (cPIE / 5)
print(fmt.format(n3, c, stars))
print(dividing_line)
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Output should look like this:

``````Enter three percentage numbers that add up to 100%...

Enter % 50
Enter % 30
Enter % 20
Name your first pie (50%): won
Name your second pie (30%): lost
Name your third pie (20%): tied

| ------------------------------------ |
|        won  50% **********           |
| ------------------------------------ |
|       lost  30% ******               |
| ------------------------------------ |
|       tied  20% ****                 |
| ------------------------------------ |
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Oh! Sorry I'm only in elementary school xD! I got confused. Thanks for the help! Mind if I use this?

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Go ahead and use it. ;-)

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