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Then create a Tuple with 5 strings.
Each string is a message to show the user the response to each enum the user entered.
Take text input from the user that must be one of the enums.
Find the variable integer to the enum that the user entered.
Then use the variable to do a lookup in the tuple in order to output the appropriate response.

What I have tried:

I've only gotten to the part with 5 strings
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Updated 19-Feb-23 21:09pm

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I've only gotten to the part with 5 strings
Then proceed to the enum stuff. See, for instance:
enum — Support for enumerations — Python 3.11.2 documentation[^].
Check if a Value or a Name exists in an Enum in Python | bobbyhadz[^].
 
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