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- #Codecademy Project 1 = CREATE PURCHASING INFORMATION AND RECEIPTS FOR LOVELY LOVESEATS
- #PART 1 - ADDING IN THE CATALOG
- #Step 1 - Create variable called lovely_loveseat_description and add the string as the values
- lovely_loveseat_description = """
- Lovely Loveseat. Tufted polyester blend on wood. 32 inches
- high x 40 inches wide x 30 inches deep. Red or white.
- #Step 2 - Create a price for the loveseat. Create a variable lovely_loveseat_description and set it equal to 254.00
- lovely_loveseat_price = 254.00;
- #Step 3 - Create a variable called stylish_settee_description and assign it to the string provided
- stylish_settee_description = """
- Stylish Settee. Faux leather on birch. 29.50 inches high x
- 54.75 inches wide x 28 inches deep. Black.
- #Step 4 - Create a variable stylish_settee_price and assign it the value of 180.50
- stylish_settee_price = 180.50;
- #Step 5 - Create a new variable called luxurious_lamp_description and assign it the provided string
- luxurious_lamp_description = """
- Luxurious Lamp. Glass and iron. 36 inches tall. Brown with
- cream shade.
- #Step 6 - Create a variable called luxurious_lamp_price and set it equal to 52.15
- luxurious_lamp_price = 52.15;
- #Step 7 - Define the variable: sales_tax and set it equal to .088. That's 8.8%
- sales_tax = .088;
- #PART 2 - OUR FIRST CUSTOMER
- #Step 8 - Our first customer is making their purchase! Let's keep a running tally of their expenses by defining a variable called customer_one_total. Since they haven't purchased anything yet, let's set that variable equal to 0 for now.
- customer_one_total = 0;
- #Step 9 - We should also keep a list of the descriptions of things they're purchasing. Create a variable called customer_one_itemization and set that equal to the empty string "". We'll tack on the descriptions to this as they make their purchases
- customer_one_itemization = "";
- #Step 10 - Our customer has decided they are going to purchase our Lovely Loveseat! Add the price to customer_one_total.
- customer_one_total += lovely_loveseat_price;
- #Step 11 - Let's start keeping track of the items our customer purchased. Add the description of the Lovely Loveseat to customer_one_itemization
- customer_one_itemization += lovely_loveseat_description;
- #Step 12 - Our customer has also decided to purchase the Luxurious Lamp! Let's add the price to the customer's total
- customer_one_total += luxurious_lamp_price;
- #Step 13 - Let's keep the itemization up-to-date and add the description of the Luxurious Lamp to our itemization
- customer_one_itemization += luxurious_lamp_description;
- #Step 14 - They’re ready to check out! Let’s begin by calculating sales tax. Create a variable called customer_one_tax and set it equal to customer_one_total times sales_tax
- customer_one_tax = (customer_one_total * sales_tax);
- #Step 15 - Add the sales tax to the customer's total cost
- customer_one_total += customer_one_tax;
- #Step 16 - Let's start printing up their receipt! Begin by printing out the heading for their itemization. Print the phrase "Customer One Items:"
- print("Customer One Items:")
- #Step 17 - Print customer_one_itemization
- #Step 18 - Now add a heading for their total cost: Print out "Customer One Total:"
- print("Customer One Total:");
- #Step 19 - Now print out their total! Our first customer now has a receipt for the things they purchased.
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