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/Demo/scripts/unbirthday.py

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Python | 107 lines | 79 code | 7 blank | 21 comment | 25 complexity | e11e82bf31f24468d37a75fc06b87731 MD5 | raw file
  1#! /usr/bin/env python
  2
  3# Calculate your unbirthday count (see Alice in Wonderland).
  4# This is defined as the number of days from your birth until today
  5# that weren't your birthday.  (The day you were born is not counted).
  6# Leap years make it interesting.
  7
  8import sys
  9import time
 10import calendar
 11
 12def main():
 13    # Note that the range checks below also check for bad types,
 14    # e.g. 3.14 or ().  However syntactically invalid replies
 15    # will raise an exception.
 16    if sys.argv[1:]:
 17        year = int(sys.argv[1])
 18    else:
 19        year = int(raw_input('In which year were you born? '))
 20    if 0<=year<100:
 21        print "I'll assume that by", year,
 22        year = year + 1900
 23        print 'you mean', year, 'and not the early Christian era'
 24    elif not (1850<=year<=2002):
 25        print "It's hard to believe you were born in", year
 26        return
 27    #
 28    if sys.argv[2:]:
 29        month = int(sys.argv[2])
 30    else:
 31        month = int(raw_input('And in which month? (1-12) '))
 32    if not (1<=month<=12):
 33        print 'There is no month numbered', month
 34        return
 35    #
 36    if sys.argv[3:]:
 37        day = int(sys.argv[3])
 38    else:
 39        day = int(raw_input('And on what day of that month? (1-31) '))
 40    if month == 2 and calendar.isleap(year):
 41        maxday = 29
 42    else:
 43        maxday = calendar.mdays[month]
 44    if not (1<=day<=maxday):
 45        print 'There are no', day, 'days in that month!'
 46        return
 47    #
 48    bdaytuple = (year, month, day)
 49    bdaydate = mkdate(bdaytuple)
 50    print 'You were born on', format(bdaytuple)
 51    #
 52    todaytuple = time.localtime()[:3]
 53    todaydate = mkdate(todaytuple)
 54    print 'Today is', format(todaytuple)
 55    #
 56    if bdaytuple > todaytuple:
 57        print 'You are a time traveler.  Go back to the future!'
 58        return
 59    #
 60    if bdaytuple == todaytuple:
 61        print 'You were born today.  Have a nice life!'
 62        return
 63    #
 64    days = todaydate - bdaydate
 65    print 'You have lived', days, 'days'
 66    #
 67    age = 0
 68    for y in range(year, todaytuple[0] + 1):
 69        if bdaytuple < (y, month, day) <= todaytuple:
 70            age = age + 1
 71    #
 72    print 'You are', age, 'years old'
 73    #
 74    if todaytuple[1:] == bdaytuple[1:]:
 75        print 'Congratulations!  Today is your', nth(age), 'birthday'
 76        print 'Yesterday was your',
 77    else:
 78        print 'Today is your',
 79    print nth(days - age), 'unbirthday'
 80
 81def format((year, month, day)):
 82    return '%d %s %d' % (day, calendar.month_name[month], year)
 83
 84def nth(n):
 85    if n == 1: return '1st'
 86    if n == 2: return '2nd'
 87    if n == 3: return '3rd'
 88    return '%dth' % n
 89
 90def mkdate((year, month, day)):
 91    # Januari 1st, in 0 A.D. is arbitrarily defined to be day 1,
 92    # even though that day never actually existed and the calendar
 93    # was different then...
 94    days = year*365                 # years, roughly
 95    days = days + (year+3)//4        # plus leap years, roughly
 96    days = days - (year+99)//100     # minus non-leap years every century
 97    days = days + (year+399)//400    # plus leap years every 4 centirues
 98    for i in range(1, month):
 99        if i == 2 and calendar.isleap(year):
100            days = days + 29
101        else:
102            days = days + calendar.mdays[i]
103    days = days + day
104    return days
105
106if __name__ == "__main__":
107    main()