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help you choose a good game!
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just my second project for helping non-gamers find a game for themselves! Hope you like it!

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hotnewtop
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i meant i am not creating that for you this was for @MohantyJagadish

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ok

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def calculate():
operation = input('''
Please type in the math operation you would like to complete:

  • for addition
  • for subtraction
  • for multiplication
    / for division
    ''')

    number_1 = int(input('Please enter the first number: '))
    number_2 = int(input('Please enter the second number: '))
    
    if operation == '+':
        print('{} + {} = '.format(number_1, number_2))
        print(number_1 + number_2)
    
    elif operation == '-':
        print('{} - {} = '.format(number_1, number_2))
        print(number_1 - number_2)
    
    elif operation == '*':
        print('{} * {} = '.format(number_1, number_2))
        print(number_1 * number_2)
    
    elif operation == '/':
        print('{} / {} = '.format(number_1, number_2))
        print(number_1 / number_2)
    
    else:
        print('You have not typed a valid operator, please run the program again.')
    
    # Add again() function to calculate() function
    again()

def again():
calc_again = input('''
Do you want to calculate again?
Please type Y for YES or N for NO.
''')

if calc_again.upper() == 'Y':
    calculate()
elif calc_again.upper() == 'N':
    print('See you later.')
else:
    again()

calculate()

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wait

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def calculate():
operation = input('''
Please type in the math operation you would like to complete:

  • for addition
  • for subtraction
  • for multiplication
    / for division
    ''')

    number_1 = int(input('Please enter the first number: '))
    number_2 = int(input('Please enter the second number: '))
    
    if operation == '+':
        print('{} + {} = '.format(number_1, number_2))
        print(number_1 + number_2)
    
    elif operation == '-':
        print('{} - {} = '.format(number_1, number_2))
        print(number_1 - number_2)
    
    elif operation == '*':
        print('{} * {} = '.format(number_1, number_2))
        print(number_1 * number_2)
    
    elif operation == '/':
        print('{} / {} = '.format(number_1, number_2))
        print(number_1 / number_2)
    
    else:
        print('You have not typed a valid operator, please run the program again.')
    
    # Add again() function to calculate() function
    again()

def again():
calc_again = input('''
Do you want to calculate again?
Please type Y for YES or N for NO.
''')

if calc_again.upper() == 'Y':
    calculate()
elif calc_again.upper() == 'N':
    print('See you later.')
else:
    again()

calculate()

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I will leave the code for you to edit in your way

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ok thank you

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I have deleted the code until you tell me what is going on with the calculator teacher thing and the clawstrike_name_person

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if you want my help ASK ME FIRST!!

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also, am I creating that calculator for your teacher?
your repls had calculator for teacher thing

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I will report if this is something against me

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also (on accident) I saw all your repls and one of them is clawstrike_name_person. why am i a subject of your things??

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please delete me from there

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@NZHacker808 has me in with the PAPER SCISSORS ROCK game and then you pull me in to a calculater ?

NZHacker808 (108)

@clawstrike Do you mean you want to create a calculator for me?

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please stop pulling me in to one millon projects

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I have worked and to me it looks good

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sorry, I think I made an extra one.