Prog8.py - #display the header information print"CSC 122-W2...

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#display the header information print("""CSC 122-W2 - Program #8 By Alex Peters Due: Apr. 18, 2017 """) #processStrings function takes in the two seperate name strings, finds the first letter of each, #formats them correctly as specified, and capitalizes after concatenation. def processStrings(f,l): fInit = f[0] lInit = l[0] init = fInit + '. ' + lInit + '.' return init.upper() #this program accepts a full name and processes it with the processStrings function above into a set #of initials, then displays these results to the user.
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