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Solution: The working Yes/No control and EnterBox [ID:248] (7/17)
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Here we have the working solution to the exercise from the previous episode. See my answer for talking to the user and writing some more logic.
Created May 2007, running time 2 minutes
import easygui # DONE the TODO for the import statement
# use easygui's enterbox to ask for the name from the user
name=easygui.enterbox("Please enter your name")
# use easygui's yes/no box to ask a Yes/No question
yesNo = easygui.ynbox(message = "Is "+name+" your name?")
# if "Yes" then we print the name back out
# with easygui a 'Yes' answer is represented as an Integer 1
# which is equivalent to True for Boolean logic
if yesNo == 1: # if 1 then this statement becomes True
print "Yes "+name+" is your name"
# if you press No then print another message
# TIP Just as 1 is True, a 0 represents False
# so you can copy the section of code above and make
# one logic change and rewrite the print message
if yesNo == 0:
print "No " + name + " is not your name you silly-billy!"
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