An Actual Calculator
RyanMuraliraj (11)

It is mind blowing how no one has created a calculator where you just type in an expression and get the result. All of the calculators I've seen have you type in one number then press enter then type in +, -, / or * then press enter then type your second number. This calculator takes simple expressions and returns the result.

Input:1+1 | Output:2
Input:1000-15 | Output:985
Input:10*10 | Output:100
Input:100/10 | Output:10
Input:2/3 | Output:0.666666
Input:0/0 | Output: Error

*No spaces in expressions
**Can do addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Planning to add more operations in the future.
***Has float/int switcher in division. If is not a whole number it is a float, if it is a whole number it is an int.

My Calculator:

Some of the calculators I was talking about:

This calculator does it but uses external modules without actually coding it themself:

Shoutout to the creators of the calculators listed above for the idea and inspiration.

pls upvote

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ApoorvAgrawal (51)

You could use the .strip() function to get rid of the spaces that come with the user input.
and maybe you could add a space after the colon to make it look better.
like get=input("Input:").strip(' ')