Last class we went over a bunch of control structures.
Note that “#” is used for comments in Python. The interpreter skips over the line. I will also be using # to start each script. Please run the following short scripts for a review:
# This is a script to demonstrate for loops for x in range(0,10): ....print(x)
# This is a script to demonstrate if statements x=10 if x < 10: ....print("Yes") else: ....print("No")
# This is a script to demonstrate how to generate # a random integer from random import randint x= randint(0,5) print(x)
# This is a script to demonstrate how to get user # input x = input("Please input a number: ") print(x)
# This is a script to demonstrate how to put it # all together. Note the "==" to test equality from random import randint x= randint(0,5) guess = input("Please guess a number from 0-5:") if (guess == x): print "You Win" else: print "You Lose"
This weeks assignment is to write a short python script. Have the computer select a random number between 1-20. Then have the played guess the number. If the player guesses corectly the computer prints out “You Win” otherwise it prints out “You Loose”