• PythonKing

    #This is my Automatic Report Writer Script
    #It uses lists, choices and If, Elif and Else statements and my own functions!
    #coding utf-8
    
    #-----Import libaries-----#
    
    from random import choice
    
    #-----Variables------#
    
    pupil_details = [["Tom","b","good"],["Pierre","b","bad"],["Hilary","g","ok"],["Victoria","g","bad",],["Jimmy","b","good"],["James","b","ok"],["Alice","g","good"],["Lilly","g","bad"]]
    
    pupil_gender = ["He","She"]
    
    pupil_behaviour_good = [" should be rewarded."," adds a whole new dimension to lessons."," knows more than the teacher."," makes me want to cry."," needs to be admired."]
    
    pupil_behaviour_ok = [" does a good job."," should be pleased."," has a good understanding of the topics."," shows the poor performers what they could become."," should be given a Freddo."]
    
    pupil_behaviour_bad = [" should be disciplined."," needs to care about their future."," needs extra tutition."," should retake tests."," needs to aim for higher grades."]
    
    
    #------Functions-----#
    
    def make_report():                               #This function makes reports.
        for i in pupil_details:                        #For each list in the pupil_details...
            print ("This is the report for " +i[0])      #Print the title and the pupil's name.
    
            if i[2] == "good":                           #If the pupil was behaving good...
                print(i[0] + choice(pupil_behaviour_good)) #Print pupil's name and a random element from the 
                                                       #pupil_behaviour_good list.
            
            elif i[2] == "ok":                           #If the pupil was behaving ok...
                print(i[0] + choice(pupil_behaviour_ok))   #Print pupil's name and a random element from the
                                                       #pupil_behaviour_good list
            
            else:                                        #There is only one other option...
                print(i[0] + choice(pupil_behaviour_bad))  #print pupil's name and a random element from the
                                                       #pupil_behaviour_bad list.
            
            print("\n")                                  #Create a new line before the next report.
    
    #------Initialisation------#
    
    
    
    
    #------Main Program Code-----#
    make_report()
    

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  • PythonKing

    #This is my Automatic Report Writer Script
    #It uses lists, choices and If, Elif and Else statements and my own functions!
    #coding utf-8

    #-----Import libaries-----#

    from random import choice

    #-----Variables------#

    pupil_details = [["Tom","b","good"],["Pierre","b","bad"],["Hilary","g","ok"],["Victoria","g","bad",],["Jimmy","b","good"],["James","b","ok"],["Alice","g","good"],["Lilly","g","bad"]]

    pupil_gender = ["He","She"]

    pupil_behaviour_good = [" should be rewarded."," adds a whole new dimension to lessons."," knows more than the teacher."," makes me want to cry."," needs to be admired."]

    pupil_behaviour_ok = [" does a good job."," should be pleased."," has a good understanding of the topics."," shows the poor performers what they could become."," should be given a Freddo."]

    pupil_behaviour_bad = [" should be disciplined."," needs to care about their future."," needs extra tutition."," should retake tests."," needs to aim for higher grades."]

    #------Functions-----#

    def make_report(): #This function makes reports.
    for i in pupil_details: #For each list in the pupil_details...
    print ("This is the report for " +i[0]) #Print the title and the pupil's name.

    if i[2] == "good": #If the pupil was behaving good...
    print(i[0] + choice(pupil_behaviour_good)) #Print pupil's name and a random element from the
    #pupil_behaviour_good list.

    elif i[2] == "ok": #If the pupil was behaving ok...
    print(i[0] + choice(pupil_behaviour_ok)) #Print pupil's name and a random element from the
    #pupil_behaviour_good list

    else: #There is only one other option...
    print(i[0] + choice(pupil_behaviour_bad)) #print pupil's name and a random element from the
    #pupil_behaviour_bad list.

    print("\n") #Create a new line before the next report.

    #------Initialisation------#

    #------Main Program Code-----#
    make_report()

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  • PythonKing

    Sorry, me again. I'm working my way through some projects my teacher has set and even though I'm copying what they have written exactly, it still goes wrong. In the following code, in the the first function (make report) when I try to run it, an error message comes up on if telling me i is not defined. How do I correct this. Thank you.

    pupil_details = [["Tom","b","good"],["Pierre","b","bad"],["Hilary","g","ok"],["Victoria","g","bad",],["Jimmy","b","good"],["James","b","ok"],["Alice","g","good"],["Lilly","g","bad"]]

    pupil_gender = ["He","She"]

    pupil_behaviour_good = [" should be rewarded."," adds a whole new dimension to lessons."," knows more than the teacher."," makes me want to cry."," needs to be admired."]

    pupil_behaviour_ok = [" does a good job."," should be pleased."," has a good understanding of the topics."," shows the poor performers what they could become."," should be given a Freddo."]

    pupil_behaviour_bad = [" should be disciplined."," needs to care about their future."," needs extra tutition."," should retake tests."," needs to aim for higher grades."]

    #------Functions-----#

    def make_report(): #This function makes reports.
    for i in pupil_details: #For each list in the pupil_details...
    print ("This is the report for " +i[0]) #Print the title and the pupil's name.

    if i[2] == "good": #If the pupil was behaving good...
    print(i[0] + choice(pupil_behaviour_good)) #Print pupil's name and a random element from the
    #pupil_behaviour_good list.

    elif i[2] == "ok": #If the pupil was behaving ok...
    print(i[0] + choice(pupil_behaviour_ok)) #Print pupil's name and a random element from the
    #pupil_behaviour_good list

    else: #There is only one other option...
    print(i[0] + choice(pupil_behaviour_bad)) #print pupil's name and a random element from the
    #pupil_behaviour_bad list.

    print("\n") #Create a new line before the next report.

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  • PythonKing

    Thank you

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  • PythonKing

    I have another newbie problem
    if age < 13:
    print ("You're rather young. Is'nt it your bedtime.")

    elif age < 20:
    print ("You are a teenager.")

    elif age < 25:
    print ("Are you at university? I studied how to be a computer.")

    elif age < 200:
    print ("You are so old. When do you retire?")

    else:
    print ("I'm so sorry. I only understand numbers.")
    This code always runs else. Could you please explain why?
    Thank you.

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