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Python: Coffee Consumption P10

October 11, 2021 Leave a comment

Learning : Python, SQlite3, Dataset, Pandas,
Subject: Create Coffee Consumption Application.

[NOTE: To keep the code as simple as we can, We WILL NOT ADD any user input Varevecations. Assuming that our user will Enter the right inputs.]

[ IF THE IS FIRST TIME DOWNLOADING THE CODE FILE, SELECT OPTION 7 FROM MAIN-MENU TO CREATE THE DATABASE]


In this Last part (Part-10) of Coffee Consumption App, we will write a Function to Export the Data to an Excel Fiel, So this will be the Last part of this application and any other Enhancement will be added as new version of the application.

Exporting The Data: To Export the data to or say “writing into” Excel file we need to import New library Named: xlsxwriter [if you don’t have the library then you need to install it first, using this command: pip install xlsxwriter]. After installing we will call it into our python file using this command: import xlsxwriter. The Excel file [in this case] will have four Sheets, named as follow:
coffee_con, coffee_name, coffee_type, coffee_size
each sheet will contains the table header and the date.
File Name: The file name will be as: coffee_consumption_[Current Date & Time].xlsx, the date and time will be formated as: yyyymmdd_HM, the python code to generate this is:
now = datetime.now()
date_t = now.strftime(“%Y%m%d_%H%M”)

Also we need to know that the file will be saved in the same directory of the application or (python .py file)


New Function: from our back_up function we will call another Function called: write_data(data_set,col_list,the_sheet): this Function will write the data-set into Excel file sheet, so we need to pass the data_set, column list and the Sheet Name as arguments to the function and it will use the command: write(row,col,data) to write the row to the sheet. Here is the code

# Writing the data into the sheet

def write_data(data_set,col_list,the_sheet):
    """
    Function to write the data-set into Excel file sheet.
    
    Argument:
        data_set:
        col_list: List of the columns in the data_set.
        the_sheet: the Sheet Name.      
    
    """    
    # write the Table Header
    for x in range (0,len(col_list)):
        the_sheet.write(0,x,col_list[x])
        
    rows = len(data_set)
    for row in range (1,rows) :
        for col in range (0,len(col_list)) :
            the_sheet.write(row,col,data_set[row][col])


In our main back-up function, we prepare the data-set and column list, then we call the new Function write_data passing the variable. Here is two parts of the code, first one is generating the file name, and calling the datetime function, second part is dealing with the data tables in the database, fetching the data, listing the columns and passing this to write_data function.. Here is the code

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python project coffee ali doha radwani

… Done. We finish the Coffee Consumption Application using Python and Sqlite. Next Week we will start New Application ..


..:: Have Fun with Coding ::.. ๐Ÿ™‚


Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5
Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9 Part 10


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Python: Coffee Consumption P9

September 30, 2021 1 comment

Learning : Python, SQlite3, Dataset, Pandas,
Subject: Create Coffee Consumption Application.

[NOTE: To keep the code as simple as we can, We WILL NOT ADD any user input Varevecations. Assuming that our user will Enter the right inputs.]

[ IF THE IS FIRST TIME DOWNLOADING THE CODE FILE, SELECT OPTION 7 FROM MAIN-MENU TO CREATE THE DATABASE]


In this part (Part-9) of Coffee Consumption App, we will write a Function to Edit a Record in the Main Table of the Coffee Consumption System. Because we are using Lookup tables for some of the data [Coffee Name, Type and Size] editing code may be longer that we will use the SQL Select commands several time to retrieve the data from those Tables. So first we will look to the steps we need to do (will do) in the Function:

1. Calling the show_records(inside = ‘yes’) function to display all the records on the screen.

2. In while True loop we will ask the user to Select the Record ID that want to Edit. We will do a Validation if the user select a valid ID using check_availabilty(‘coffee_con’,’c_id’, int(edit_rec_id)) != None)

3. Using SQL Command, We will Select the main record for Coffee_con Table, then again we will use the SQL to do the following:
— > SQL Command to get the Coffee Name for coffee_name Table using foreign key in coffee name cell.
— > SQL Command to get the Coffee Type for coffee_type Table using foreign key coffee type cell.
— > SQL Command to get the Coffee Size for coffee_size Table using foreign key coffee size cell.
Then we will display the Record and ask the use to confirm that this is the record to be edit.
4. After the user confirmation of Editing the Record, we will run three blocks of while True loop code for Coffee Name, Coffee Type and Coffee Size in each one we will display the data in the lookup Table, ask the user to Select ID from the List, if the user press on enter without writing any number then we will keep the current data, also we will do a validation on user input. Also will ask the user for Gender and Rank.
5. Now we have all the New Edited Date, we will display it on the screen asking the user [again] to confirm the “Saving The Changed” by Pressing the [S] (any thing else will be as “NO Don’t Save”).

Coding Now let’s see some parts of the code we use, the Source File of extention .py is available in the Download Page.


Here the user Selecting the ID of the Record to be Edit.

python project code coffee consumption ali radwani



The while True loop to edit the coffee Type.

python project code coffee consumption ali radwani



Last code part is to display the new edited record on the screen and the SQL command to UPDATE the DataBase.

python project code coffee consumption ali radwani



What’s Coming: In Part-10 we will write the Function to backup the data as Excel file.


..:: Have Fun with Coding ::.. ๐Ÿ™‚


Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5
Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9 Part –


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Python: Tower of Hanoi

September 15, 2021 Leave a comment

Learning : Python
Subject: Write a Function to Solve Tower of Hanoi Problem

Intoduction: Tower Of Hanoi is Puzzle Game that has three Vertical Sticks/Pegs Named A, B, C (3 Towers) and we have n number of disks different in diameter soted on top of each other (Large to Small) in Tower A. The Gall is to move all the disks from (A) to (C).

 # Tower of Hanoi Puzzel

"""
    Project Name: Tower of Hanoi
    
    By: Ali Radwani
    Date: 13.6.2021
    
     d  : Number of Desk
     fs : From Stick
     ts : To Stick
     bs : Buffer Stick
"""


import os

def hanoi_t(d, fs, bs, ts): 
    if d ==1 : 
        print("\n   Move Desk 1 From {} To {}".format(fs,ts)) 
        return

    else: 
        hanoi_t(d-1,fs,ts,bs) 
        print("   Move Desk {} From {} To {}".format(d,fs,ts)) 
        
        hanoi_t(d-1,bs,fs,ts) 
        print("   Move Desk {} From {} To {}".format(d,fs,ts))
        
os.system('clear')        
print('\n\n   This is Tower Of Hanoi Project')
print('   We are Solving a Three Desk Tower Named 1, 2 and 3, with Three Sticks Named A, B and C ')
print('\n   Start Solving ...')
hanoi_t(3,'A','B','C')

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Nikon S9900 # 12

September 12, 2021 2 comments


Subject: In Parking Ramp with Nikon S9900

In 2016 I bought Nikon Coolpix S9900, I have Nikon D90, and Nikon 7100 both are DX (crop sensor), but S9900 is my first Coolpix (point & shoot) camera from Nikon, I use to have Sony T100. [:. Read more about my cameras and lenses Here .:]

This Shot:I take this shot while I was Driving my car through parking ramp, camera in hand and window down. Black & White.

…Click Image to Enlarge…
photo photography ali radwani nikon nikkor S9900
Camera in Hand, F:4 , ISO:125 , Shutter:1/640s
Focal-Point:5mm



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Python: Coffee Consumption – P7

September 8, 2021 3 comments

Learning : Python, SQlite3, Dataset, Pandas,
Subject: Create Coffee Consumption Application.

[NOTE: To keep the code as simple as we can, We WILL NOT ADD any user input Varevecations. Assuming that our user will Enter the right inputs.]

[ IF THE IS FIRST TIME DOWNLOADING THE CODE FILE, SELECT OPTION 7 FROM MAIN-MENU TO CREATE THE DATABASE]


In this part (Part-7) of Coffee Consumption App, we will write a Function to display all Records in the data-base in a table on the screen.

Beginning with formating the table header, we will have the following columns: record Id, Date_time, Coffee_name, Coffee_type, coffee_size, customer_Gender and Rank. Here is the code..

print(‘ ‘*6,’ID’,’ ‘*5,’ Date & Time’,’ ‘*3,’ Coffee Name’,’ ‘*4,’Type’,’ ‘*9,’Size’,’ ‘*4,’ Gender’,’ ‘*4,’ Rank’)
print(‘ ‘*4,’-‘*90)

Next we will execute an SQLITE command to fetch all the records. Here is the commands..
c.execute (f”select * from coffee_con where c_id > 1 “)
dataset = c.fetchall()

Also we will using the lookup tables to get the names using the id keys in the coffee_name, coffee_type, coffee_size columns.

Now, Using the for loop to access all the records and print them on the screen. Here is apart of the code ..


print(‘ ‘*6,'{}’.format(data_id),end=””)
print(‘ ‘*(10 – 5),'{}’.format(data_date),end=””)
print(‘ ‘*(21 – 16),'{}’.format(data_name[0]),end=””)
print(‘ ‘*(14 – len(data_name[0])),'{}’.format(data_type[0]),end=””)
print(‘ ‘*(13 – len(data_type[0])),'{}’.format(data_size[0]),end=””)
print(‘ ‘*(13 – len(data_size[0])),'{}’.format(data_sex),end=””)
print(‘ ‘*(12 – 1),'{}’.format(data_rank))

Here is a screen shot of the code..

python project code coffee consumption ali radwani
OutPut Screen
python project code coffee consumption ali radwani



What’s Coming: In Part-8 we will write the Function to Edit the records on the Main Data-Base.


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Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5
Part 6 Part 7 Part – Part – Part –


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Python: Coffee Consumption – P5

August 29, 2021 5 comments

Learning : Python, SQlite3, Dataset, Pandas,
Subject: Create Coffee Consumption Application.

[NOTE: To keep the code as simple as we can, We WILL NOT ADD any user input Varevecations. Assuming that our user will Enter the right inputs.]

[ IF THE IS FIRST TIME DOWNLOADING THE CODE FILE, SELECT OPTION 7 FROM MAIN-MENU TO CREATE THE DATABASE]


In this part (Part-5) of Coffee Consumption App, we will write all three Function to manage the Coffee Size (Mug Size).

  • Create Function: Add New Coffee Size.
  • Create Function: Edit a Coffee Size.
  • Create Function: Delete a Coffee Size.

Beginning with adding new Coffee Size, we will ask the user to enter a New Coffee Size, then we simply added to the databasde using SQL Insert command. … Here is the Code ..

python project sql coffee consumption code ali radwani


The second Function in this part is to Edit a selected Coffee Size, so we will list-down all Sizes we have in the database, the user will select one (ID) then we will ask to enter the new one and update the database. Here is the code..

python project sql coffee consumption code ali radwani

Last Function in this part will be to Delete a selected Coffee Size, so again we will list all Coffee Sizes we have and will ask the user to select the one to be Deleted, then we execute the SQL command to Delete the record from the database… here is the code..

python project sql coffee consumption code ali radwani




What’s Coming: In Part-6 we will Start writing the Main Function to Add a Record of Coffee Consumption using the lookup tables data.


..:: Have Fun with Coding ::.. ๐Ÿ™‚


Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5
Part 6 Part – Part – Part – Part –


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Python: Coffee Consumption – P4

August 26, 2021 6 comments

Learning : Python, SQlite3, Dataset, Pandas,
Subject: Create Coffee Consumption Application.

[NOTE: To keep the code as simple as we can, We WILL NOT ADD any user input Varevecations. Assuming that our user will Enter the right inputs.]

[ IF THE IS FIRST TIME DOWNLOADING THE CODE FILE, SELECT OPTION 7 FROM MAIN-MENU TO CREATE THE DATABASE]


In this part (Part-4) of Coffee Consumption App, we will write all three Function to manage the Coffee types.

  • Create Function: Add New Coffee Type.
  • Create Function: Edit a Coffee Type.
  • Create Function: Delete a Coffee Type.

Beginning with adding new Coffee Type, we will ask the user to enter a new Coffee Type, then we simply added to the databasde. … Here is the Code ..

python project code coffee consumption ali radwani



Tip: To Capitalize user input we are using one line code
# Capitalize user input
user_input = ” “.join([word.capitalize() for word in user_input.split(” “)])

The second Function in this part is to Edit a selected Coffee Type, so we will list-down all Types we have in the database, the user will select one (ID) then we will ask to enter the new one and update the database. Here is the code..

python project code coffee consumption ali radwani

Last Function in this part will be to Delete a selected Coffee Type, so again we will list all Coffee Types we have and will ask the user to select the one to be Deleted, then we execute the SQL command to Delete the record from the database… Here is the code..

python project code coffee consumption ali radwani




What’s Coming: In Part-5 we will do the Follwing:

Writing three Function to Manage the Coffee Size, Functions are: Add New Coffee Size, Edit Coffee Size and Delete a Coffee Size.


..:: Have Fun with Coding ::.. ๐Ÿ™‚



::.Coffee Consumption Parts.::

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5
Part 6 Part – Part – Part – Part –


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Python: Coffee Consumption – P3

August 22, 2021 7 comments

Learning : Python, SQlite3, Dataset, Pandas,
Subject: Create Coffee Consumption Application.

[NOTE: To keep the code as simple as we can, We WILL NOT ADD any user input Varevecations. Assuming that our user will Enter the right inputs.]


[ IF THE IS FIRST TIME DOWNLOADING THE CODE FILE, SELECT OPTION 7 FROM MAIN-MENU TO CREATE THE DATABASE. ]


In this part (Part-3) of Coffee Consumption App, we will fill in some code into selected Functions. We will do the following:

  • Create Function: Show list.
  • Create Function: is_available.
  • Create Function: Manager Menu.
  • Create Manager Coffee Name Functions: Add, Edit, Delete

So, let’s start with writing the Manager Menu Function and a while loop to take the user selection and trigger the corresponding Function… Here is the Code ..

python project sql code coffee consumption ali radwani

We have two functions to help us in this application, one of them called def show_list(dt,d_id) is to Display the Data we have in the Lookup Tables based on the user selection function. The Function will take two arguments:
dt: data-table (Coffee Name, Coffee Type, Coffee Size)
d_id: id column name, and returning nothing.

Fisrt, let’s look at this Function:

python project sql code coffee consumption ali radwani


The second Function will be used to check if the user selection is available in the database, we will call it def is_available (dt, d_id, check_id) this Function is to check if the passed ID available in the data-set or not. The Function will take three Arguments as:
dt: Data-Table, d_id : Name of id column, check_id : The id we want to search for, and it will Return the data-set. After return, if dataset is empty that’s mean selected id is not available.

Now let’s see the function code..



Now we will start writing first three functions to manage the Coffee Name, and will start with Adding New Coffee Name to the lookup Table.
In coming code first we will call the header then show_list(‘coffee_name’,’cn_id’) passing Table Name:’coffee_name’ and id column:’cn_id’ to display the Coffee Names we have on the sccreen. Then we will ask the user to enter the New Name to be added to the database. Here is the Full code..

python project sql sqlite code coffee consumption ali radwani



Next we will write the Edit Function, and again after the header and show_list(‘coffee_name’,’cn_id’) we will ask the user to enter the ID of the Coffee Name to be change, here we will do a simple validation on user input. After that we will update the record that the user select. Here is the code..

python project sql code coffee consumption ali radwani



Last Function in this part is to Delete a selected Coffee Name by selection it’s ID, as in the Edit Fnction, the user will select an Id, we will check the availability the will execute the Delete command. Here is the code..


What’s Coming: In Part-4 we will do the Follwing:

Writing three Function to Manage the Coffee Type, Functions are: Add New Coffee Type, Edit Coffee Type and Delete a Coffee Type.


..:: Have Fun with Coding ::.. ๐Ÿ™‚


Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5
Part 6 Part – Part – Part – Part –


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Python: Coffee Consumption – P2

August 17, 2021 8 comments

Learning : Python, SQlite3, Dataset, Pandas,
Subject: Create Coffee Consumption Application.

[NOTE: To keep the code as simple as we can, We WILL NOT ADD any user input Varevecations. Assuming that our user will Enter the right inputs.]


In this part (Part-2) of Coffee Consumption App, we will fill in some code into selected Functions. We will do the following:

  • Calling the Main-Menu Function.
  • Create header function.
  • Create the DataBase.
  • Create the Tables.
    • Insert the Zero records.
    • Insert data into Lookups Table.

So, let’s start with writing the main application body and calling the Main-Menu to trigger a Function based on the user selection. This section will be a calling the main_menu() in a while loop .. here is the code ..

# Main application body

while True :
    user_select = main_menu()

    if user_select == '1' :
        new_data() 

    if user_select == '2' :
        edit_record()

    if user_select == '3' :
        delete_record() 

    if user_select == '4' :
        #delete_record()
        pass 
        
    if user_select == '6' :
        c_name_type_size_manager() 
         
    if user_select == '7' :
        create_data_base()
    
    if user_select == '99' :
        input('\n\n   Thank you for using this Appliation. Press Enter.. > ')
        break



If we run the application now, we will see the main-menu but nothing will work because we still did not write any real Functions in the application.

Tables and Zero records:
Now we will write tha function to create the Tables and inserting the Zero record in each of them. All the codes will be in a function called: def create_data_base () : here are the name of the tables we will create:
coffee_con
coffee_name
coffee_type
coffee_size

and here is the full code in the function, in first part we will create the tables, second part will insert the zero record, last we will insert data in the lookup tables (coffee_name, coffee_type and coffee_size)

# def create_data_base () 

def create_data_base () :
    os.system('clear')
    
    line2 ="Create Data Base"
    header(line2,3,11)
    
    print('\n     All the data in the Data-Base will be removed, and can''t be retrieved. ')
    
    if input('\n     Press [Y] to Continue, anything else will Stop and Exite.  > ') not in ['y','Y'] :
        input('\n     You Select to stop and Exit. Press any Key .. >  ')
        return 
    
    # Part 1: CREATE TABLE:
    sql_coffee_con_t = "CREATE TABLE if not exists coffee_con (c_id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT, date_t,cn_id int, ct_id int, cs_id int, sex text, rank int )" 
    sql_coffee_name_t = "CREATE TABLE if not exists coffee_name (cn_id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT, c_name text )" 
    sql_coffee_type_t = "CREATE TABLE if not exists coffee_type (ct_id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT, c_type text )" 
    sql_coffee_size_t = "CREATE TABLE if not exists coffee_size (cs_id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT, c_size text )" 
    
    
    # Execute the commands
    c.execute(sql_coffee_con_t) 
    db_conn.commit() 
    c.execute(sql_coffee_name_t)
    db_conn.commit()
    c.execute(sql_coffee_type_t)
    db_conn.commit()
    c.execute(sql_coffee_size_t)
    db_conn.commit()
    
    
    # Part 2: Inserting ZERO records. 
    c.execute ("INSERT INTO coffee_con (date_t , cn_id, ct_id, cs_id, sex, rank) VALUES(:date_t , :cn_id, :ct_id, :cs_id, :sex, :rank)",{'date_t':'0' ,'cn_id' :0,'ct_id' :0,'cs_id' :0,'sex' :'0','rank' :0}) 
    db_conn.commit()
    c.execute ("INSERT INTO coffee_name (c_name) VALUES(:c_name )",{"c_name":'0'})         
    db_conn.commit() 
    c.execute ("INSERT INTO coffee_type (c_type) VALUES(:c_type )",{"c_type":'0'}) 
    db_conn.commit() 
    c.execute ("INSERT INTO coffee_size (c_size) VALUES(:c_size )",{"c_size":'0'}) 
    db_conn.commit() 
    
    
    
    # Part 3: Inserting Basic Information 
    coffee_Name_list = ['Black','Latte','Espresso','Americano','Cappuccino','Mocha', 
                     'Lungo', 'Flat white', 'Irish', 'Macchiato','Ristretto','Iced coffee']
        
    coffeeType_list = ['3n1' ,'Pods','Grounded']
    
    coffeeSize_list = ['Samll', 'Medium', 'Large', 'Venti']
    
    for each in coffeeName_list:
        c.execute ("INSERT INTO coffee_name (c_name) VALUES(:c_name )",{"c_name":each}) 
        db_conn.commit() 

    for each in coffeeType_list:
        c.execute ("INSERT INTO coffee_type (c_type) VALUES(:c_type )",{"c_type":each}) 
        db_conn.commit() 
    
    for each in coffeeSize_list:
        c.execute ("INSERT INTO coffee_size (c_size) VALUES(:c_size )",{"c_size":each}) 
        db_conn.commit() 

    input('\n\n     Data-Base Created, Basic Information Inserted. press any key to continue. > ')

[ The Full Code is Available in Download Page. ]

Last Function in this part is the header, it’s just a Title that will bee displayed in a box at the top of each page. Here is the code ..

# Header of the Application

def header(line2,b_l2,a_l2):
    os.system('clear')
    # The Project Name.
    line_1 = "Coffee Consumption"
    stars = 40 
    print('\n',' '*4,'*'*stars)
    print(' '*5,'***',' '*5,line_1,' '*7,'***')  
    print(' '*5,'***',' '*(stars - 8),'***')
    print(' '*5,'***',' '*b_l2,line2,' '*a_l2,'***')
    print(' '*5,'***',' '*(stars - 8),'***')
    print(' '*5,'*'* stars,'\n')


What’s Coming: In Part-3 we will do the Follwing:

  • Writing a function show_list.
  • Writing the function to Add New Coffee Name.
  • Writing the function to Edit a Coffee Name.
  • Writing the function to Delete a Coffee Name.


..:: Have Fun with Coding ::.. ๐Ÿ™‚


Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5
Part 6 Part – Part – Part – Part –


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Nikon S9900 photo – 6

August 14, 2021 Leave a comment


Subject: Nikon S9900 Macro shot

In 2016 I bought Nikon Coolpix S9900, I have Nikon D90, and Nikon 7100 both are DX (crop sensor), but S9900 is my first Coolpix (point & shoot) camera from Nikon, I use to have Sony T100. [:. Read more about my cameras and lenses Here .:]

This Shot: A Close up shot on old antique classic numerals clock. using Nikon S9900.

ali radwani nikon s9900 sample photo photography
Camera in Hand, F:…, ISO:600, Shutter:…



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