Create and empty list name lstWeekDay. Set up a loop for the user to enter each of the days of the week one at a time.

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1.Create and empty list name lstWeekDay.  Set up a loop for the user to enter each of the days of the week one at a time.(Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, etc...............) and add the days to lstWeekDays as they are entered by the use(requires use of append method)

 

2.Using a For loop, print the lstWeekDays List each on their own line.

 

3.Reverse the order of the lstWeekDayslist.  Now print itusing a loop.

 

4.Sort the lstWeekDays list alphabetically. Now print it using a loop.

 

5.Print the full weekday and then “=”and then the first three characters of the each of lstWeekDays(requires for loop and slicing)

Sample output:

Sunday = Sun

Monday = Mon

 

6.Print only the days of the week in lstWeekDaysList that begin with the letter “T”. (remember case sensitivity – this requires a “for”loop and indexing)

 

7. Create a dictionary named dctCourses.  Place the following value and key pairs in it: Value

 

Key

value

1000

Intro to IS

1301

HTML &CSS

1505

Fundamentals of Programming

2575

.Net Programming 1

2585

.Net Programming 2

2701

Database Design & SQL

8. Get a list of the values in dctCourses and print the values in sorted order (see sample code).

9. Get a list of the keys in dctCourses and print the values in sorted order (see sample code).

10. Print the value that has a key of 1505(using the dictionary get method)

 

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