Prog4.py - #The standardHdr function header def standardHdr...

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#The standardHdr function header. def standardHdr(): print("""CSC 122 - Program #4 By Alex Peters March 12, 2017 """) #declaring global variables assessPercent = 0.6 propertyTaxPercent = 0.0072 #this function accepts values, processes them into the correct format #and displays them to the user def showPropertyTax(assessValue, propertyTax): print("Property Tax Information") print("\tAssessed Value: $", format(assessValue, '.2f')) print("\tProperty Tax: $", format(propertyTax, '.2f'))
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