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Python Exercise: Prints the season for that month and day

Python Conditional: Exercise - 37 with Solution

Write a Python program that reads two integers representing a month and day and prints the season for that month and day.

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Python Exercise: Prints the season for that month and day

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

month = input("Input the month (e.g. January, February etc.): ")
day = int(input("Input the day: "))

if month in ('January', 'February', 'March'):
	season = 'winter'
elif month in ('April', 'May', 'June'):
	season = 'spring'
elif month in ('July', 'August', 'September'):
	season = 'summer'
else:
	season = 'autumn'

if (month == 'March') and (day > 19):
	season = 'spring'
elif (month == 'June') and (day > 20):
	season = 'summer'
elif (month == 'September') and (day > 21):
	season = 'autumn'
elif (month == 'December') and (day > 20):
	season = 'winter'

print("Season is",season)

Sample Output:

Input the month (e.g. January, February etc.): April                                                          
Input the day: 15                                                                                             
Season is spring 

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Flowchart: Prints the season for that month and day

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