Module 11.Write a program that prints out your name.2.Write a program that takes user input to display their name.Sample input: Bob MarleySample output:Bob MarleyModule 21.Write a program that takes outputs a string, an integer and a floating-point number separated bycommas.2.Write a program that asks the user for a string of letters of any size (no spaces), and finally a special character (values 33 to 47 in the Ascii table, or ‘!’ to ‘/’). Generate a random number of any size, integer or floating point, and combine those three pieces of information (in any order) to create a password and display that out to the user.
Module 31.Write a program that determines whether you will eat at your favorite fast food restaurant todayand displays the choice. Assume that you have a 50% chance of eating there today.Sample output: You will eat at a fast food restaurant today.orSample output: You will not eat fast food today.1.Write a program that lets you play the computer in rock paper scissors. The computer uses a 1Module 4