Learning Python: The Accumulate Values Until Done Template. In this article I’ll demonstrate how to implement this template using a while loop and a for loop.
One of the most common things computer programs do is accumulate values and then do something with the result. One example is to determine the sum of a set of deposits made each month for one year; another example average grade after a test; and a final example is determining the average high temperature for the past week. There is a template that describes this process — the Accumulate Values Until Done template. In this article I’ll demonstrate how to implement this template using a
while loop and a
This template is implemented with a loop that requests values from the user until there are no more values to input. Here is how we can describe this template using pseudocode:
Initialize a variable to store the result
Repeat a request for input until finished
Accumulate the values into the variable defined at the beginning
This is the outline for the template though you may want to do something with the accumulated value after all input is received, such as compute an average of the values entered.
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