# Exercises for Python

 Erkin Öner · September 19, 2014 Hello all!since i finished Python tutorials of Bucky, i am looking for exercises because i dont want to forget what i learned. For who just finished 1-25 tutorials which exercises you can advise?Thank you!

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 Aditya Singh · September 20, 2014 Hi!1>  Why don't you try building a command line Calculator with basic mathematical functions like +, -, *, /, //,        %, and ^ ?2> And then present the user with a menu asking him what operation is to be performed.3> And then ask him to input the numbers on which the operation is to be performed? Erkin Öner · September 21, 2014 Hello Aditya,i will try your advises and will post codes here! Thank you ! Erkin Öner · September 24, 2014 I am a bit stucked with it   There is bunch of basic calculator videos and codes but all of them using modules. Bu i think there is nothing wrong with my code. Somehow it doesnt work. Can someone help me with this code?``#Welcome to basic calculator, let's start..a = int(input("Enter your first number: "))b = int(input("Enter your second number: "))type = str(input("Please choose your calculation type: +, -, *, / "))if type == "+":    print("The result is: ", a + b)elif type == "-":    print("The result is: ", a - b)elif type == "*":    print("The result is: ", a * b)elif type == "/":    print("The result is: ", a / b)else:    print("The command you entered is not valid")`` Asko O · September 24, 2014 Worked fine with Python 3.4.1 . Only thing is dividing with 0. Erkin Öner · September 24, 2014 Pycharm succesfully executes code but never works really. Doesn't show what i ask in code I resolved it. When you use other than right click - Run Pycharm doesnt give a result. Just says executed with 0 code. Interesting...
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