SharePrint

# Python Help for Homework due tomorrow?

## Heres my code for a science project tomorrow. I have made a few mistakes which I now need help with. At the start of the program you could either choose y or n I just realized now if you pick n then it completely disregards the answer and still continues while it should have ended the program and said "im going to flip you over new jersey style" sadly that didnt work. And another thing im stuck at for quest #3 I don't know where to go on they are over the mountain but I want them to fall into the water but I put my options into a print and i'm not sure of the quickest way to get raw input that way please fix my code, and give me a explanation so I can fix this at a earlier date. print ("You are a very small raindrop in a big big world") print ("Your goal is too enter into a animals mouth but do not subliminate by any means") quest1 = raw_input ("This is possible, but it wont be easy are you up for the task? y or n ") if quest1 == "y": print 'Thanks Bro, It means a lot too me.' print " You are in a world, with lots of obstacles. This world consists of Clouds, Trees, Animals, Oceans, Watch out for Geysers. And worst of all one mountain where that one human boy lies across. No cars can get through, Animals may die so take the risk if necessary. You must get through this mountain to get to that little boy with a thirsty mouth" quest2 = raw_input ("You start off as a gas known as vapor. You have a few options, Your commands are to 'Wait', and to 'Percipitate'.").lower() if quest2 == "wait": print "You are blown off course by a rogue wind. You are now hovering over the mountain. Good Job you are now half way there." quest3 = raw_input("You are now over the mountain, What next? Or were you not thinking.(Options are to either, Condense or Wait some more.").lower() if quest3 == "wait": print "Well you just blew a half an hour and now you are still over the same mountain. The kid is really thirsty and he hates you." if quest3 == "condense": print "You are now a raindrop falling down about 300km/h, you are about to touch the ground. And splat with all your molecules and atoms will go all over the place.(options go left, or go right, or wait." if quest2 == "precipitate": print "Great Job, now you are now on the ground. Well you weren't planning this through, whats next?" if quest1 == "n": print 'Jerk im going to flip you over, new jersey style!'

Asked By: Bryce Macinnis - 11/19/2012
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
You need the if A then B else C construct for the program flow control.

If I'm late for school
- I ride my bike.
else
- I walk.

If quest1 is 'n'
- then say something and quit
elsif quest1 is 'y'
- say 'thanks bro'
else
- ask quest1 again
Answered By: Todd - 11/19/2012
 Sponsored resultsOwn Jobs ForBusiness Jobs Forwah-specialreport.comOnline Jobs \$100-\$200/hrMake Money Online The Simple Way.Up to 1000\$/day. No Experience Needinternetmoneywork.blogspot.comLocal Jobs HiringJobs hiring near your local area. Part-time, Full-time, Work at home.www.HiringLocally.comEarn 30\$/Hour at HomeLegit Online Work That Pays Every Friday. See Here Proofonlinelegitsworks.com

# Other Career Questions

 What are the jobs associated with the video game business?I'd like to get an education and career that has something to do with video games. Whether it be testing, programming, design, etc. I do not know of all the certain jobs you can get that would put me in the video game career direction. What are all of the jobs you know of and what are their differences? Also, what are a few good colleges for this career and what kind of degrees should I be getting? 4 answers - Asked By: GamerS - 1/18/2012 What skills / software knowledge do I need for Graphic Design Jobs?I'm planning to study Illustrator and InDesign, but wondered if there are any other software applications I need to familiarise myself with in order to apply for most graphic design jobs, ie. Flash, Quark Express, and so on. 4 answers - Asked By: Dawn - 3/27/2009 What education do i need to get a decent job in computer science?I am going to be a junior in high school, and i'm looking for colleges to attend that provide computer science-programming & design degrees. I have been searching and I'm still not for sure what to go into when i finish my education with computer science. 3 answers - Asked By: Jess - 6/12/2006
 Content is not owned or controlled by Monster. Any content concerns should be addressed with Yahoo! Yahoo! Does not evaluate or guarantee the accuracy of any Yahoo! Answers content. Yahoo! Disclaimer.

## Is this normal for an interviewer to do this?

So today I went in for an interview and I was going in for the 2nd interview by the head chief executive. now this is where it got weird, so she asked me about my previous jobs and said how much she liked that product over that product. then she started talking about her daughter? an her divorce ...then how she didn't finish college because she was making more money doing what she did for this company ... then she talked about how her teenage daughter is a handful... I just played it cool thinking she was using some sort of psychology thing to trick me into saying something stupid. the interview ended and she seemed happy an I was escorted to the door... now I'm freaking confused? is this normal behavior for an executive? like it felt like she was going to burst into tears at one point and tell me her life problems... is this normal? was she trying to see how I react or something?
6 answers - Asked By: Clone - 11/7/2012

## How do I get a job with Dodgy work history and no experience?

Basically- no degree, although I have tried completing one in the past and stopped because of physical and mental health issues which were overwhelming to deal with along with going to classes full time. I'm not stupid and I am quite articulate. I am 23 and have only worked for about two years retail in high school and stopped working to go to university. I worked a few months in 2010 retail after I dropped out but it was only a seasonal position, and the only reason why I have not been able to constantly work is because of mental health issues. I had also tried going back to community college during my free time since i left university in 2008/9 and I had panic attacks while in community college, which made my anxiety worse from then on. Well recently I met a good doctor and he prescribed me some meds that are stabilizing my moods and I feel the best I've felt in years, and I'm ready to work. Thing is, I don't know how to get a job now since I've spent literally years being depressed and anxious doing nothing. I don't really have anything to put on my resume, and I never finished my AA degree either. All I've done is cashiering and although I do the job well and I get promoted easily when I do these jobs because I'm a hard worker and I try to go above and beyond what they ask of me,which is the attitude I have no matter what kind of work I'm doing as long as I'm getting paid. But I hate cashiering because it's too easy and I want a job that is more interesting. Any suggestions for me on how to get a job that is NOT Retail with the type of background I have right now? I also realize I have to go to college to get certain types of jobs, I am talking about what I can do right here right now.
1 answer - Asked By: Alex Prieto - 10/14/2012

## Why honesty, hard work and dedication have no place at work?

Recently I have overlooked for a project at work and I am unable to accept it why? I am hard working, dedicated, maintain a very professional decorum, very cordial with my colleagues and bosses, give respect to one and all. Still people who take the p***, argue with managers, gossip mongers have been selected for some very responsible positions at work. I seriously can't get my head around it why, why unprofessional people who have no work ethics being selected over me, whereas I have a track record of excellent performance and never shy away from any work my manager ask me to do? I am at my lowest point and not getting hold of my manager to ask the question why not me, why them who can't even bother? I am feeling like a complete loser, giving years to this place, building my performance, trust and this is how I get rewarded. Why my life is so shit, anything I wish for turns to dust?
1 answer - Asked By: network7 - 11/6/2012

## What do you say when they ask what you want to be paid? ?

Wen you apply at a job and they ask how mch you want as a salary what do you say?
2 answers - Asked By: Colette - 11/24/2011

## I have applied for over 100 jobs I have gotten no calls for a job interview, what can i do?

As stated in my question I've applied for multiple jobs and gotten no job interview, you name a place I've applied there. I've said i will work ridiculous hours from like 12am to 5am and nothing. I've said I am willing to work weekends public holidays everything and I have gotten nothing back I am so desperate for money it's not funny.
9 answers - Asked By: Jamie - 1/9/2012

## What to wear to a job interview VS a career fair?

So I have a nice white button up shirt, business skirt and pants, and a suit jacket. I'm applying for a software development job and I'm very short and can look young so I'm trying to look adult, yet professional. I'm also attractive so I'm trying not to look too sexy. For the career fair I'm thinking of wearing just my nice shirt and a skirt with low heels. My reasoning being it's approachable and attractive without going overboard since the career fair hosts are mostly younger male recent grads. I want to be remembered but not intimidating. For my interviews I was thinking pants, suit jacket (power suit). My reasoning being it'll be older execs and HR people (mostly women) so less sexy with the pants but more powerful with the suit jacket. What do you think?!
2 answers - Asked By: Beast - 9/23/2012

## What is NOC Engineer ?. What are his responcibilites ?

1 answer - Asked By: vishal - 2/23/2006

## How can l find a job in the pharmacitical field as a sales and marketing manager,in south africa?

L want to study medicine and work as a doctor but l am limited due to luck of required monyes. however l swtched on to anther career but still within my career interests as a care giver, but this is somthing to do with sales and marketing in the pharmcitical industry.
2 answers - Asked By: tonnydanabwembya - 12/24/2005

## What questions should I ask at a job interview for a healthcare recruiter position?

I have an interview tomorrow with a healthcare recruiting firm and I want to have a few good questions to ask about the job/industry, but it will be a new field for me and I'm not sure what to ask about. Any suggestions?
1 answer - Asked By: stephinrado - 5/8/2006

## Job description of supply and logistics manager?

I am applying for a job of supply and logistics manager so I need to know more about the this job
1 answer - Asked By: waelasfour - 6/19/2006

## I am a student who is working at Deloitte during this summer. What is the dress code during the summer?

Being a student my budget is limited so any help regarding specific retail outlets to go to would be very helpful. I am working in downtown toronto for Deloitte (accounting firm) and the summers are very hot here in Canada. Any specific advice on what clothing items this MALE student should wear to work would be helpful. The dress code is "business casual". As if any student knows what that means.
2 answers - Asked By: kamol_yason - 5/3/2006

## What is the difference between a nurse practitioner and an ARNP?

Is there any difference between a "nurse practitioner" and an "advanced registered nurse practitioner"?
1 answer - Asked By: lucysmom - 3/27/2006

## Debenhams job application/interview help?

I'm applying online for a job at Debenhams. It's just a temporary part time job but I have no previous retail experience, just in customer service, and I am finding some of the questions rather difficult. Our commitment to training and development encourages our people to grow their futures with us. If successful in joining our team, how will you become an expert at what you do? and At Debenhams, our people make all the difference to our customers. If you were a Stock Movement Adviser with us, how would our customers know that you are focused on their individual shopping experience? Any help in answering these questions would be greatly appreciated, many thanks!
1 answer - Asked By: Mac - 9/7/2012

## What does marketing communications means to a manager?

1 answer - Asked By: Gotti girl - 7/23/2006

## I want to become an events/party planner. Does anyone know how I would begin my own business in this field?

I am in the process of planning my own wedding and I am having a fantastic time doing so. I have always enjoyed planning things: group vacations for my friends and I, road trips, etc... I could be described as a slight control freak and I am a perfectionist. I know I would exceed, and enjoy my career, if I were to make this a possibility. How do I do it? How do I get my name out there? How much do event planners charge for their services? I have a lot of questions, and hope that people who are self employed would be able to give me some pointers on getting my business up and running. Thank You in advance for your time and help.
2 answers - Asked By: Careerdriven - 4/24/2006

## Math Teacher?

I am going to college in about a year or so and planning on going to school for teaching...I am hoping to be a high school level math teacher and just wondered if you guys knew of any good schools with a good teaching or math program?
3 answers - Asked By: ♥Special K - 8/20/2006

## I want to become an Escrow Officer, does anyone know how to go about it? What kind of training will I need?

I know that Escrow is within Title industry in Texas. What would be the best way to get my foot in the door. I am assuming I will have to start as an Escrow assistant and work my way up, but I would really like to find out more about this career path. How does an officer usually get licensed? Are there classes we need to take and exam to take? Any response is appreciated.
2 answers - Asked By: schang25 - 2/10/2006

## Where to find Java Mobile Application developer in Singapore ?

I am looking for someone (or company) to program a simple (I think) java mobile application, but do not know where to look. Any ideas where to start ?
1 answer - Asked By: ppb - 7/11/2006

## How much does an Electrical Engineer make?

I'm thinking of completing an Electrical Engineering degree and was wondering what people are making just out of college and those that have been in the field 5+ yrs. The main careers I am looking at are Design Engineer and Technical Sales Engineering. Any input from people with those jobs would be great!
3 answers - Asked By: MacDadRaj - 3/23/2006

## Why does NCO-RMH in Manila give delayed paychecks to their resigned employees. it's a call center company?

I was told by the people in the HR department that our checks have to come from Pensylvannia. Does it normally take that long? I mean more than two months for a paycheck that i worked hard for.?
1 answer - Asked By: nightshades9678 - 8/28/2006
 Search Career Snapshots Career Benchmarking Career Advice Skills Analysis & Training Questions & Answers SEARCH

## Popular Job Searches

Explore Jobs and Career Opportunities

## Popular Program Searches

Further Your Career With A Degree

## Popular Articles

Browse Articles Related To Careers
2013 Marketing Jobs Outlook
The US may be facing another year of anemic hiring overall, but that won't be the case in the high-orbit world of multichannel, digital media marketing.
2013 Engineering Jobs Outlook
Engineers will find job opportunities in select disciplines in 2013, with candidates who are all-around, client-oriented businesspeople in demand.
Best-Paying Jobs by Major
What could you earn with a particular four-year degree? Find out by checking out this list of the top-paying jobs for 20 of the most common majors.
Eight High-Paying, Secure Jobs
Want to earn a good salary and enjoy a measure of job security as well? Check out these well-paying jobs on tap for fast growth in the coming years.
2013 Finance Jobs Outlook
Three things predict whether your finance job search will fly or flop in 2013: your skills, your industry knowledge and (surprise!) the federal budget.

## Monster Communities

Teaching Community
Where teachers meet and learn.
ArtBistro
Create and connect.
Excelle
Networking for the career-minded woman.
Nursing Link
Where nurses call the shots.
More Monster Communities

## Monster Partners

Scholarships
Scholarships, financial aid and more ways to pay for school.
Education.org
Find top campus and online degree programs.
Military.com
Military portal for the US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard.
Financial Aid
Scholarships & financial aid.
Staffing for Government Jobs
Staffing and hiring solutions for federal government agency jobs.
More Monster Partners

## Job Hunt Strategy

If you want to blow your chances with recruiters -- and, by extension, with the companies they work for -- here are six perfect ways to do so.

## Resumes & Cover Letters

Hoping to relocate? Get the ball rolling on landing the right job in the right location with these expert resume and cover letter tips.

## Interviewing

Interview questions can run the gamut. You probably won't face all 100 of these, but you should still be prepared to answer at least some of them.

## Salary & Benefits

Most of us aren't natural negotiators, but asking these 10 questions during salary negotiations can help you get everything you deserve.

## Attracting Candidates

Recruiting? Go where the talent is. See why recruiters have befriended social networks.

## Employee Sourcing

November Monster Employment Index Grows 13% Year-Over-Year, Tenth Consecutive Month of Positive Annual Growth.

## Interviewing Candidates

What’s the key to a great interview? According to experts: Practice, practice, practice.

## Workforce Planning

Social media. It’s everywhere. But how can it help you? Learn how to utilize social media even monetize it.

## For Seekers

Campus and Online Degrees
Advance your career and earn more with an online degree.
Free Salary Wizard
What are you worth? Find out and negotiate a better salary.
Research Careers
Get information on jobs and career paths to help guide your choices
Questions & Answers
Find answers to all your career related questions -- powered by Yahoo! Answers
Resume Distribution Service
Our distribution service puts your resume right in the hands of recruiters.
Resume Writing Services
Our experts will craft a keyword-rich resume that stands out in the crowd.
More Career Resources

## For Employers

Career Ad Network
Target your job posting to more candidates on thousands of websites.
Hire Right Background Checks
Explore our background check packages to improve the quality of your hires.
Hiring Home Page
Find the best candidates for your business with Monster hiring solutions.
Job Postings
Find the right solution for your hiring needs. Starting at \$99.
Power Resume Search
Monster's new search technology precisely matches people with your jobs.
Resource Center
Find staffing insights, labor trends, HR best practices and more.
Target Post
Connect with skilled, hourly and administrative candidates for only \$99.

## Social Media

Jobs on Twitter
Find jobs in your area and industry.
Monster Careers
Tune into our career advice and discussions tackling a wide range of topics and industries.
Monster Corporate & PR
Stay up-to-date on the latest news. Get the 'Who', 'What', 'When', and 'Why' on all things Monster related.
Monster Customer Service
Got a Monster question? We've got the answer. Whether you're a job seeker or employer, we can help you find the answers you need.
Monster for Employers
Find advice on hiring.
Follow Us
Check out our many pages and stay connected with the latest industry news, events, career advice and job openings.

## Other Links

Monster Company Profiles
Explore companies and get information to guide your career decisions.
Compare Salaries
See how your pay stacks up to others in your field.
iPhone Application
Download the Monster app for iPhone and iPod touch.
Monster Job Seeker Blog
Monster Job Seeker Blog.
Monster Thinking Blog
Monster's Recruitment Trends Blog.
Jobs & Career Resources
Search Jobs:
For Employers: Post Jobs | Search Resumes | Advertise
About Monster | Work for Monster | Advertise with Us | AdChoices | Partner with Us | Investor Relations | Social Media
Terms of Use | Privacy Center | Accessibility Centre | Help | Security | Contact Us | Sitemap | Mobile