# [Courses] [python] Object-oriented programming

Leslie leslie.brothers at verizon.net
Wed Aug 3 21:58:23 UTC 2011

```Homework, exercise 2.
(I decided not to give up. I think I am starting to get it.)

import random

class Quiz:
SEwordPairs = {}

def __init__(self, s, e):
self.SEwordPairs[s] = e

def show_Spanish_flashcards(self):
while True:
x = random.choice(self.SEwordPairs.keys())
y = self.SEwordPairs[x]
ans = raw_input("What is the English translation of %s?\n" % (x))
if ans == y:
print "Correct!"
else:
print "The correct answer was", y+"\n"
c = raw_input("Press 'enter' to continue or 'q' to quit.\n")
if c == 'q':
break
return()

def show_English_flashcards(self):
while True:
x = random.choice(self.SEwordPairs.keys())
y = self.SEwordPairs[x]
ans = raw_input("What is the Spanish translation of %s?\n" % (y))
if ans == x:
print "Correct!"
else:
print "The correct answer was", x+"\n"
c = raw_input("Press 'enter' to continue or 'q' to quit.\n")
if c == 'q':
break
return()

while True:
# make dictionary objects
x = raw_input("Enter word in Spanish or type 'q' to quit and go to the
quiz.\n")
if x == 'q':
break
y = raw_input("Enter its English translation.\n")
entry = Quiz(x,y)

# show flashcards
print "Now we go to the quiz.\n"
x = raw_input("Press 's' to see the quiz in Spanish, 'e' to see it in
English.\n")
if x == 's':
entry.show_Spanish_flashcards()
elif x == 'e':
entry.show_English_flashcards()
else:
print "I didn't understand your input."

-Leslie

```

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