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How do you make a calculator on Python?

3/19/2020 10:37:34 AM

Zori

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Your code looks very nice 👍👍👍

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There are countless samples of calculators here in this place, so please use the search bar.

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I have made in this way!!!! https://code.sololearn.com/cxfXkp387l4C/?ref=app

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Zori A simple method is using the eval function which u can use to make a calculator within two lines. a = input() print(eval(a)) If someone inputs a string like 2 * 3 + 4, EVAL will consider them as numbers. Otherwise you can use IF ELSE to manually make a calculator.