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Python Exercise: Sequence of lines as input and prints the lines as output in lower case

Python Conditional: Exercise-12 with Solution

Write a Python program that accepts a sequence of lines (blank line to terminate) as input and prints the lines as output (all characters in lower case).

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Python Exercise: Sequence of lines as input and prints the lines as output in lower case

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

lines = []
while True:
    l = input()
    if l:
        lines.append(l.upper())
    else:
        break;

for l in lines:
    print(l)
	

Sample Output:

w3resource                                                                                                    
Python                                                                                                        
                                                                                                              
W3RESOURCE                                                                                                    
PYTHON

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