Tell A Story With Python #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Learn to create a story using Python on Raspberry Pi. via tes.com
Tell a story with code. This is a fun way to get started with Python programming that lets you really use your imagination and storytelling abilities! It demonstrates the simple use of if/else statements to evaluate user input and generate a cute fairy story.
By creating a story with Python 3 you will learn:
– How to use the Python development application IDLE3
– To get a user to input text and print it to the screen
– To use conditionals if, elif and else to set the gender of the main character
– To use lists to store names of characters or places in your story
– To use the random module to select items from a list
– To use variables to store and call information in a story
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