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hey everyone I need your help for my programming course, I am pursuing my undergraduate degree in psychology. The question is: The python application you will develop will receive the mathematical operation that the user wants to calculate and print the result on the screen. This process will continue until the user enter "Done". The application will terminate when the user enters the end. Conditions and restructions: 1)you will operate with positive integers 2)only 4 operations will be used 3)remember the priority of the operation 4)you will use "*" as a cross 5)no brackets will be used 6)it is forbiddento use an external module 7)you are not responsible for the user's incorrect entries 8)bulit-in functions you can only use the following: int float range print input len str max min

you can use all functions of list and str data structure

What I have tried:

The user needs to enter 4 operations directly, not by typing the numbers separately, I tried but failed :(
Updated 11-May-22 21:53pm
Richard Deeming 12-May-22 3:38am    
Nobody here is going to do your homework for you. If you don't know where to start, talk to your teacher.
Patrice T 12-May-22 3:39am    
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