# Running python

## Jupyterhub

• Log into jupyter.math.bme.hu with your leibniz user and password
• We will use Python 3
• this is similar as you would run the following on your own machine
```jupyter notebook
```

## leibniz

• type this into your konsole:
```python3
```
• you can stop by typing:
```exit()
```

## Own machine

Install Anaconda, version 3.7 is needed!

Having Anaconda you can run several programs to interact with python:

• command line: python or ipython
• Spyder
• idle
• jupyter notebook

# Exercises

## Introduction

• Try the notebook from the lecture.
• download from wiki and upload it into jupyter.math.bme.hu
• Try a welcoming program (from terminal)!
• Try division (integer and float)

## tocelsius

Write a python program that convets from Fahrenheit to Celsius

## isaprime

Write a function that tells whether a number is a prime or not!

The function should be called isaprime and have one parameter:

• x, the number in question

The function should return `True` or `False` depending on the number.

For safety reasons, you can check the type and value of the input. Accept only positive integers! If you get a non-integer or a non-positive integer, return `None`

## roomtemp

According to Wikipedia a room has a temperature between 18°C and 25°C. Write a function that decides that for us.

The function should

• be called roomtemp
• have one parameter: degree the temperature of the room in Celsius degrees.
• return either one of the following strings depending on the temperature:
• `"Too cold!"`
• `"Too hot!"`
• `"OK"`

Mind that there is a difference between `print` and `return`

## factorial

Write a python program which calculates n factorial.

## without 2

You should divide a positive integer n with a power of two, until it is not divisible by 2.

Call the function `withouttwo` with one parameter:

• n, a positive integer
• Return the number divided by the greatest possible power of two.

For example

```1 -> 1
2 -> 1
3 -> 3
4 -> 1
6 -> 3
7 -> 7
9 -> 9
10 -> 5
100 -> 25
```

## Pattern Number

Write a python program which has the following output:

```1
22
333
4444
55555
666666
7777777
88888888
999999999
```

## Fibonacci Series

Write a Python program to get the Fibonacci series between 0 to 50.