Assignment 2 Type: Programming Task Stott's College
For this assessment, you will be required to write a rudimentary Client Database program using techniques discussed in class.
It is expected that you program all the input and output yourself, making the experience seem like that of a standard command line application. Students are required to follow methods discussed in class, other methods will not be necessarily penalised, but penalties may occur if they clearly are against the spirit of the assessment.
The goal of this assessment is to provide you a means of demonstrating your programming skills in Python, that you have developed this far. We want you to flesh out your creativity. As such, very specific instructions will not be provided, instead the desired type of program will be outlined, and additional optional resources will be provided.
This is a ‘layered’ assignment, so acquiring adequate marks should not be particularly difficult (nor is it intended to be). Put simply, the minimal requirement is straightforward and worth a substantial amount of the overall marks of this assignment, however, the more you work on improving your code the better score you will achieve.
The program will be described as a list of requirements. A video demonstration of the output of the generic implementation will be provided, along with example code that applies a different scenario.
Please NOTE: You do not need to review either the video of the potential output, or reference the example code if you understand the outline, as they are simply provided as support for those who are in anyway confused with the expectations or do not know how to get started.
Write a Python Program that manages a Database of clients, in this scenario you are hypothetically an employee at a business that would like to organise their client information in a very tailored fashion and has requested that you develop the software.
The requirements of the Client Database Software are as follows:
Make them neat. If you wish to use a table for example, you may find the "\t" (tab character) helpful.
Information to be recorded about the client is:
a_list.remove(x) #remove based on the value of item x in a_list a_list.pop(i) #remove based on the index (e.g. i) in a_list
Instead of having for example client_names = [ ], client_charges = [ ] and client_hours = [ ], just have clients = [ ] instead.
clients >> ["Justin 500 3", "Jayson 1200 1 "] clients.split(" ") >> 500 clients.split(" ") >> 3 clients.split(" ") >> Jayson
clients >> [["Justin", 500, 3], ["Jayson", 1200, 1]] clients >> 500 clients >> 3 clients >> Jayson
You are free to decide what statistics you believe are relevant and insightful, including those of course not listed here.
A video demonstrating what the general output of your program should appear like having fulfilled all the requirements listed above.
Remember, your program does NOT have to look exactly like this. If your code does output exactly as in the video that is fine, but please do keep in mind it is only a generic guideline.
A very similar program. This program is simpler and has a different context involving cars.
You are free to use this code.
However, you will need to update the context to the Client Database System as mentioned in the outline and continue building upon it.
Check the LMS (Moodle) for this same code with extra comments that you can copy and paste, if you so desire.
Assignment files must run without error through the Python interpreter.
Make sure the code is readable. This includes utilizing meaningful variable names and comments, making sure it is spaced out and that lines are not too long (if they start to become too long, break them up. A general rule is each line should not be more than around 80 characters long).
At the beginning / top of the python code,
please make sure there is a comment stating your name and student number
Failure to provide your name and student number as a comment will result in a
1-mark deduction penalty (i.e. you will lose 1 mark :^( ) so PLEASE include the comment…
Remember, comments are made by using the hash (#) character in Python
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