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Printing a Float and String Error

Posted 27 September 2011 - 11:24 AM

I am working on a program that lets you first select if you wish to convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius or vice versa. I am just starting out and learning this by myself.

# Converts Fahrenheit temperatures to Celsius and Celsius to Fahrenheit

# Lists choices
print(" 1. Celsius to Fahrenheit")
print(" 2. Fahrenheit to Celsius")
# Asks the NUMBER of the conversion the user would like to do
choice=input("What would you like to convert (number)? ")
# Detects which conversion the user is asking for
if choice == 1:
    # Inputs the Celsius Temperature
    celsius=float(input("What is the temperatue in Celsius? "))
    # Converts to Fahrenheit
    f =(celsius * 1.8 + 32.0)
    # Display the Fahrenheit
    print("The Temperature is "+f + " Fahrenheit")
    # Inputs the Fahrenheit Temperature
    fahrenheit=float(input("What is the temperature in Fahrenheit? "))
    # Converts to Celsius
    c =((fahrenheit - 32)* 0.55)
    # Display the Celsius
    print("The Temperature is "+c+" Celsius")

I have two issues
1. When I run the program it will always goto the second conversion even when 1 is chosen
2. When i try to print the temperature conversion and the variable i get the following error
print("The Temperature is "+c+" Celsius")
TypeError: Can't convert 'float' object to str implicitly
If you need to see it run, I attached the file. I would greatly appreciate any help and advice that can be given, Thank You

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Re: Printing a Float and String Error

Posted 27 September 2011 - 11:30 AM

You're casting input from a string to a float on lines 12 and 20, but on line 8 you'll need to cast to an integer. You need to do this because on line 10 you are checking if it is 1 (the number), not "1" the ASCII string.
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