# Practice Mini-project#

Mystical Octosphere template

Mystical Octosphere solution

Mystical Octosphere (Checker)

## Solution#

```# Example Mini-Project:
# THE MYSTICAL OCTOSPHERE! by Andrea Crain

# This game is based on a common toy. It is a
# round black ball with a clear plastic window.
# The ball is filled with murky blue liquid
# and you use it as a fortune teller. You ask
# a yes-or-no question and shake the ball. There
# is a white many-sided die inside with answers,
# and when you stop shaking, one of the sides
# floats up and is readable against the window.

# Here is a sample of the kind of
# output this program should produce:
#
# Your question was... Will I get rich?
# You shake the mystical octosphere.
# The cloudy liquid swirls, and a reply comes into view...
# The mystical octosphere says... Probably yes.
#
# Your question was... Are the Cubs going to win the World Series?
# You shake the mystical octosphere.
# The cloudy liquid swirls, and a reply comes into view...
# The mystical octosphere says... Probably not.
#

# Let's get started!

# Up here, before everything else, import the random module
import random
# Type the command to import the random module above this line
# and make sure it is not indented at all.
# Next, fill in code for the function number_to_fortune
# This is a helper function.
# It should take in a number and send back a string
#
# The possible numbers are between 0 through 7 inclusive
# (that means 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7)
# and each number should translate to a fortune
# that would be the answer to a yes or no question.
#
# My suggested fortunes are:
# 0 - Yes, for sure!
# 1 - Probably yes.
# 2 - Seems like yes...
# 3 - Definitely not!
# 4 - Probably not.
# 5 - I really doubt it...
# 6 - Not sure, check back later!
# 7 - I really can't tell
#
# If somehow the function gets a number other than those 8
# it should send back a string saying that
# something was wrong with the input.

def number_to_fortune(number):
# Fill in your code here.
# Use an if...elif...else statement
# to check each of the numbers between 0 and 7
# and return the fortune as a string.
if number == 0:
return('Yes, for sure!')
elif number == 1:
return('Probably yes.')
elif number == 2:
return('Seems like yes...')
elif number == 3:
return('Definitely not!')
elif number == 4:
return('Probably not.')
elif number == 5:
return('I really doubt it...')
elif number == 6:
return('Not sure, check back later!')
elif number == 7:
return("I really can't tell")
else:
return('Something went wrong!')
# Make sure all your code for the helper function is
# indented by at least four spaces

# TEST SECTION...
# Uncomment this code to test if your number_to_fortune
# helper function is working. Highlight it all
# and hit control-shift-k to uncomment it all at once.
#print
#print number_to_fortune(0)
#print number_to_fortune(1)
#print number_to_fortune(2)
#print number_to_fortune(3)
#print number_to_fortune(4)
#print number_to_fortune(5)
#print number_to_fortune(6)
print(number_to_fortune(7))
print(number_to_fortune(19))
#print
# When you're done testing, comment it again.
# Highlight it all and hit control-k to comment it all at once

# Now fill in code for your main function.
# It must print the question out,
# Print a line saying you shake the octosphere
# Print out a line saying the liquid swirls and a reply comes into view
# And print what the fortune was
def mystical_octosphere(question):
# Fill in your code below

# Print a line including the original
# question to the console.

# Print the line "You shake the mystical octosphere."
print("You shake the mystical octosphere.")

# Use randrange to put a random number between 0 and 7
# into a variable called answer_number

# Use the helper function to translate
# the number you just randomly selected
# into a fortune, and store it in a

# Build suspense by printing a line that says
# The cloudy liquid swirls, and a reply comes into view...
print('The cloudy liquid swirls, and a reply comes into view...')

# Print a line that says
# The mystical octosphere says...
# and the fortune you put into answer_fortune

# Print a blank line
print('')

# Make sure all your code for the main function
# is indented by at least four spaces
# ("At least" means it can be more than four but not less.)

# These lines runs your main function!
# You can change the questions if you wish.
# Only yes-or-no style questions will make sense.
mystical_octosphere("Will I get rich?")
mystical_octosphere("Are the Cubs going to win the World Series?")
```