#### Category : calculator I have the following variables: data = [’10 20 10 36 30 33′, ‘100 50 50 30 60 27 70 24’, ‘300 1000 80 21 90 18 100 15 110 12 120′, ’30 90 130 6 140 3’] data = [e.split() for e in data] list of arrays of int64 time = [np.array((time[2::2]), dtype=int) for ..

I made a really simple calculator with this code: while True: calc_input = input("enter calculation") print(f"{calc_input} = {eval(calc_input)}") Me, and my friend (We both are new in programming) tried to convert this to a one line code, but we failed. I need an understandable explanation of how can i type this code in one line ..

"If I leave my house at 6:52 am and run 1 mile at an easy pace (8:15 per mile), then 3 miles at tempo (7:12 per mile) and 1 mile at easy pace again, what time do I get home for breakfast?" How do I use Python 3 as a calculator? The objective of this ..

Below is a copy of my simple tip calculator: bill_total = float(input("What is your total?n")) people_total = float(input("How many people are splitting the bill?n")) tip_percent = float(input("What percent tip would you like to leave?n")) total = (bill_total + (int(bill_total*(tip_percent/100))))/(people_total) print("Everyone should leave about \$" +'{:.2f}’.format(round(total, 2))) How would I go about concatenating a "%" sign ..

• Must have two Entry fields for user input • Must have one Entry field for the calculated output • Must have five buttons, one for each operation: o add (+) o subtract (-) o multiple (*) o divide (/) o modulo (%) • Must compute the correct number • Must write number to "output" ..

I have a problem that if the user enters 12 + 5, the program should parse the string and return 17. The eval function cannot be used. Source: Python..

this is my first time on StackOverflow, and I’m stuck on this python calculator program. The code works just fine when I run it standalone, but if I import the program it just doesn’t do anything. The buttons worked fine as I checked them with print statements, I think there’s a problem with the entry ..