# Python: Check whether a given number is Oddish or Evenish

## Python Basic - 1: Exercise-107 with Solution

Write a Python program to check whether a given number is odd or even.

A number is called "Oddish" if the sum of all of its digits is odd, and a number is called "Evenish" if the sum of all of its digits is even.

**Sample Solution**:

**Python Code:**

```
def oddish_evenish_num(n):
return 'Oddish' if sum(map(int, str(n))) % 2 else 'Evenish'
n = 120
print("Original Number",n)
print("Check whether the sum of all digits of the said number is odd or even!")
print(oddish_evenish_num(120))
n = 321
print("Original Number",n)
print("Check whether the sum of all digits of the said number is odd or even!")
print(oddish_evenish_num(321))
n = 43
print("Original Number",n)
print("Check whether the sum of all digits of the said number is odd or even!")
print(oddish_evenish_num(43))
n = 4433
print("Original Number",n)
print("Check whether the sum of all digits of the said number is odd or even!")
print(oddish_evenish_num(4433))
n = 373
print("Original Number",n)
print("Check whether the sum of all digits of the said number is odd or even!")
print(oddish_evenish_num(373))
```

Sample Output:

Original Number 120 Check whether the sum of all digits of the said number is odd or even! Oddish Original Number 321 Check whether the sum of all digits of the said number is odd or even! Evenish Original Number 43 Check whether the sum of all digits of the said number is odd or even! Oddish Original Number 4433 Check whether the sum of all digits of the said number is odd or even! Evenish Original Number 373 Check whether the sum of all digits of the said number is odd or even! Oddish

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