Category : format

def currency(symbol, value_of_money, digits=2): symbol = f"$" value_of_money = "float(3.4552)" return ‘${3.45}’.format(round(value_of_money, 2)) print(currency) code output is <function currency at 0x0000014C2D487160> Assignment: (python)return float of money, $ symbol, number of decimal places using round function default 2, return properly formatted money string Source: Python..

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If I use print("{USERNAME:{0}|PASSWORD:{1}}".format( username, password )) in python, it will give me an error since while formatting it won’t just look at the placeholders {0} & {1}. The question is, how do I print something like this inside the console: {USERNAME:GIVEN_USERNAME|PASSWORD:GIVEN_PASSWORD} by formatting it using the placeholders {0} & {1}. How do I make ..

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I want to separate the users input using two different separators which are ":" and ";" Like the user should input 4 subject and it’s amounts. The format should be: (Subject:amount;Subject:amount;Subject:amount;Subject:amount) If the input is wrong it should print "Invalid Input " Here’s my code but I can only used one separator and how can ..

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Count = 125.000 ValidNum = 124.000 Average = 57.621 Maximum = 97.000 Minimum = 16.000 Variance = 306.871 Std Dev = 17.518 Median = 58.000 ValidNum = 1.000 Average = 8.000 Maximum = 8.000 Minimum = 8.000 Variance = 0.000 Std Dev = 0.000 Median = 8.000 How am I suppose to use the format ..

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