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Write a code in python’s data structures (only in linked list) of:

Cargo system
START

Take information from user (Name, passport number)
Ask user to select country from (Australia, USA)
If Australia
Ask user “what kind of package do you want to send: a) luggage b) car c) Mail”

If a)
Ask weight of luggage
Calculate and show price= 75 $ /kg

If b)

Ask user “Select type of vehicle 1) light weight 2) heavy weight 3) motorcycles”
If 1)
“Price is =2500$”
If 2)
“Price is 3500$”

If 3)
“Price is 1000$”

If c)
Ask for address “enter address”
Show “Price is 100”

If USA
“same as above”

END
PS: you are only supposed to use linked list

What I have tried:

import collections


# initialising a deque() of arbitrary length

linked_lst = collections.deque()


# filling deque() with elements

linked_lst.append('first')


linked_lst.append('second')


linked_lst.append('third')



print("elements in the linked_list:")


print(linked_lst)


# adding element at an arbitrary position

linked_lst.insert(1, 'fourth')



print("elements in the linked_list:")


print(linked_lst)


# deleting the last element
linked_lst.pop()


print("elements in the linked_list:")


print(linked_lst)


# removing a specific element

linked_lst.remove('fourth')



print("elements in the linked_list:")


print(linked_lst)
Posted
Updated 9-Jan-22 7:20am
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OriginalGriff 9-Jan-22 12:21pm    
And?
What does it do that you didn't expect, or not do that you did?
What have you tried to do to find out why?
Are there any error messages, and if so, where and when? What did you do to make them happen?

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Richard MacCutchan 10-Jan-22 4:12am    
What you have tried has no relevance to what you have been asked to create.

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