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 #!/usr/bin/env python3 # # Version: v1.0.3 # License: MIT License # Copyright (c) 2020-2021 Hunter T. (StrangeRanger) # ######################################################################################## """ Digitally flip a coin x number of times and prints the number of times the outcome was heads and tails. """ ####[ Imports ]######################################################################### import random ####[ Functions ]####################################################################### def coin_toss(x): """Flip a coin x number of times. Parameters ---------- x : int User provided integer. """ heads = 0 tails = 0 for i in range(x): toss = random.randint(0, 1) if toss == 0: heads += 1 else: tails += 1 print("Total tosses: {}\nHeads: {}\nTails: {}".format(x, heads, tails)) ####[ Main ]############################################################################ ## Make sure that the user input is valid. while True: try: toss_number = int(input("How many times do you want to toss the coin?\n")) # ValueError is produced when 'toss_number' is not an integer. except ValueError: print("Invalid input: only numbers are accepted as input\n") continue ## Prevent 'toss_number' from being a negative number. if toss_number < 0: print("Invalid input: only positive numbers are accepted as input\n") continue break coin_toss(toss_number)