Question SOLVED: In Python Print “This program practices working with lists, strings, tuples, and dictionaries.

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Question SOLVED: In Python Print “This program practices working with lists, strings, tuples, and dictionaries.

In Python

  1. Print “This program practices working with lists, strings, tuples, and dictionaries.”
    2. Create two tuples – one for two weeks named “Week One” and “Week Two” and one for three days of the week (Thursday, Friday, Saturday).
    3. Use a loop to record the first name and last name of sales people in one string (e.g. “Bill Simms”) and the name of the dealership where they work in another string (e.g. “Hero Honda”).
    4. In each iteration of the loop, create a dictionary entry for the salesperson data entered where the name is the ‘key’ and the dealership is the ‘value’.
    5. After populating dictionary, create two nested loops to process sales data.
    6. The outer loop uses the weeks tuple and the inner loop uses the days tuple.
    7. In the inner loop, ask the user to enter the number of cars sold by salesperson (display the salesperson’s name to the user). Store the user’s response in a list of sales data. For each salesperson, there should be six entries in the list.
    8. Use a loop to have the user populate a list of 20 customer compliments. Why 20? It is just a number for testing. Include sales rep names in each of the compliments.
    9. Use nested loops to process the customer compliments. The outer loop cycles through the sales reps and the inner loop cycles through the compliments. Use a sequence operation to search for each sales rep’s name in each of the compliments.
    For instance, the outer loop is set to the first sales rep. The inner loop searches for the sales rep’s name (the key in the dictionary) in compliment one, then compliment two, etc. Record the number of compliments associated with each sales rep.
    More on the compliments section:
    – User enters a compliment
    – The compliments include the sales rep names
    – After collecting all compliments
    – Will need nested loops (outside loop for each sales rep; inner loop for each compliment)
    – Search for the name of each sales rep in each compliment
    – Count the number of times you find a compliment for each sales rep.

At the end of the program, produce output like that below for each of the sales reps processed.
10. All data is based on user entry (except tuples). Sample output:
Bill Simms of Hero Honda
Cars Sold
Week One
Thursday: 3
Friday: 4
Saturday: 7
Week Two
Thursday: 5
Friday: 8
Saturday: 9
Total Cars Sold (per rep): _____
Average Cars Sold (per rep): _____
Number of Compliments (per rep):


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