# May 26th, 2010
# CS110
# Amanda L. Moen
# 5. Software Sales
# A software company sells a package that retails for $99.

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# Quantity discounts are given according to the following table:
# Quantity Discount
# 10-19 20%
# 20-49 30%
# 50-99 40%
# 100 or more 50%
# Write a program that asks the user to enter the number of packages
# purchased. The program should then display the amount of the
# discount (if any) and the total amount of the purchase after the
# discount.
def main():
# Ask the user to enter the number of packages purchased.
quantity = input('Enter the number of packages purchased: ')
# Determine the discount percentage.
if quantity 10:
print 'No discount.'
discount=1.0
elif quantity 20:
print 'Your discount is 20%.'
discount=0.8
elif quantity 50:
print 'Your discount is 30%.'
discount=0.7
elif quantity 100:
print 'Your discount is 40%.'
discount=0.6
else:
print 'Your discount is 50%.'
discount=0.5
# define 'total'
total(quantity, discount)
def total(quantity, discount):
# With no discount each package of software costs $99.00.

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# Calculate the total price with the discount
total_amount = quantity * discount * 99.0
# Calculate the total price before the discount
full_price = quantity * 99.0
print 'The amount of your discount is ', full_price - total_amount
print 'Your total purchase price is ', total_amount
# Call the main function.
main()
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