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please answer this question actually i do not know how to add unicode in program

Create a Python program that prompts the user to input a year. This program should use selection statements to determine if the year is a leap year or not, based on the rule: A leap year is exactly divisible by 4 except for century years (years ending with 00). The century year is a leap year only if it is perfectly divisible by 400. For an additional challenge, make the program print out the unicode representation of the year (using `ord()` for each character), and then convert it back to a string (using `chr()` for each character code) before printing the final result. The final output should be: "The unicode representation of year {year} is {unicode_year}, and it is {not} a leap year." Replace `{year}` with the input year, `{unicode_year}` with the unicode representation, and `{not}` with either "not" or an empty string, depending on whether the year is a leap year or not.

26th May 2024, 5:45 PM
Prithvi
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Hi Prithvi , We can convert a string to a sequence of Unicode code points, and then convert those code points back to a string with ord() and chr() The ord() function returns the number representing the unicode code of a specified character. Example: print(ord('a')) The chr() function returns the character that represents the specified unicode. Example: print(chr(97))
26th May 2024, 11:37 PM
Chris Coder
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Bob_Li was that comment directed at me?
27th May 2024, 4:05 PM
Chris Coder
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Where did this question come from? No, we should not answer it for you because that defeats the point of the quiz. It makes me so angry when students ask us to do their homework for them. ThatÔÇÖs so foolish!
26th May 2024, 7:43 PM
Wilbur Jaywright
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Prithvi this is silly. your method is just going to produce the same string for the year.
27th May 2024, 7:12 AM
Bob_Li
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Chris Coder no, the comment was for Prithvi . chr(ord('5')) is still '5'..... why not just reuse the input string? I added the @name to my comment. Sorry for the confusion...­čśů
27th May 2024, 5:17 PM
Bob_Li
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Bob_Li lol no problem thanks for clarifying. I do not see any reponse from Prithvi
27th May 2024, 5:37 PM
Chris Coder
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