''' Purpose: demonstrate arithmetic and use of variables
for naming things
'''
# name some values
a = 13
b = 5
print( "a =", a )
print( "b =", b )
input() # The program will not continue until you give it some information and press enter
# display some integer calculations
print( 'Integer arithmetic' ) # We don't normally put arithmetic in print statements so we put them in variables
total = a + b
difference = a - b
product = a * b
dec_quotient = a / b
int_quotient = a // b
remainder = a % b
power = a ** b
print( 'a + b =', total )
print( 'a - b =', difference )
print( 'a * b =', product )
print( 'a / b =', dec_quotient )
print( 'a // b =', int_quotient )
print( 'a % b =', remainder )
print( 'a ** b =', power )
# We need to name things so that we can use them over an over again.
input()
# introduce some other built-in functions
print( 'Some handy functions' )
c = -10
d = 1.75
e = -1.75
print( "c =", c )
print( "d =", d )
print( "e =", e )
input()
abs_c = abs( c ) #Give back the absolute value
float_c = float( c ) # Gives back a decimal version of a number
int_d = int( d ) # Gives back a integer version of a number
print( 'abs( c ) =', abs_c ) # You can format print statements, but you probably won't need to in this class. You can google it.
print( 'float( c ) =', float_c )
print( 'int( d ) =', int_d )
print()