mars - 11 months ago 144

Python Question

A wholesale egg company bases their prices on the number of eggs purchased:

0 up to but not including 4 dozen $0.50 per dozen 4 up to but not including 6 dozen $0.45 per dozen 6 up to but not including 11 dozen $0.40 per dozen 11 or more dozen $0.35 per dozen Extra Eggs are priced at 1/12 the per dozen price

Create a program that prompts the user for the number of eggs, and then calculates bill. The application output should look similar to: Enter the number of eggs purchased: 18 The bill is equal to: $0.75

**This is the question and here is my code:**

`eggs = int(raw_input("Please enter the amount of eggs you have."))`

if (eggs >=12 and eggs <=47):

dozen = int(eggs) // 12

dozenprice = float(dozen) * 0.50

extra = float(eggs) % 12

extraprice = float(extra)*((1/12)*0.50)

total = float(dozenprice) + float(extraprice)

print "Your total is " + str(total)

if (eggs >=48 and eggs<=71):

dozen = int(eggs) // 12

dozenprice = float(dozen) * 0.45

extra = float(eggs) % 12

extraprice = float(extra)*((1/12)*0.45)

total = float(dozenprice) + int(extraprice)

print "Your total is " + str(total)

if (eggs >=72 and eggs <=131):

dozen = int(eggs) // 12

dozenprice = float(dozen) * 0.40

extra = float(eggs) % 12

extraprice = float(extra)*((1/12)*0.40)

total = float(dozenprice) + int(extraprice)

print "Your total is " + str(total)

if (eggs >=132):

dozen = int(eggs) // 12

dozenprice = float(dozen) * 0.35

extra = float(eggs) % 12

extraprice = float(extra)*((1/12)*0.35)

total = float(dozenprice) + int(extraprice)

print "Your total is " + str(total)

Answer Source

`1/12`

in python2.7 is `0`

, because they are integers and using integer division you get 0. Then you get `0 * price`

...

`1/12.`

will produce `0.083`

, as the `12.`

forces it to be a float.
Alternatively, you can get Python3 behavior like so:

```
from __future__ import division
```

Without that, in Python2.7, `/ & // are equivalent`

.