Python Programming-Source Code-Print Command-Loops

By corib3ar On 3 Jul, 2012 At 09:24 AM | Categorized As Learning Center, Programming | With 0 Comment

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Modify the Chaos program so that the number of values to print is determined by the user.

#Define the main function for easy access in the Shell
#Print what the purpose of this function is
#Get input from the user for a number between 0 and 1
#Find out from the use how many numbers they would like to print
#This input will be labeled as “n”. We must use the “eval” to make sure
#That the number the user enters is evaluated as an integer and not a string
#We change the range to “n” which is the amount of times that the user
#Specified. Remember, this will only work if the n is evaluated as an integer
#the formula
#Print x each time the loop is run.
[code]def main():

print(“This program illustrates a chaotic function”)

x = eval(input(“Enter a number between 0 and 1: “))

n = eval(input(“How many numbers should I print? “))

for i in range (n):

x = 3.9 * x * (1-x)

print(x)

main()[/code]

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