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Old 11-03-2019, 09:12 PM   #1
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Python exercise

For the file attached below, add the following two functions to the code.

1. A search by programme ID function. When this function is selected, a user can use the programme ID as the searching keyword to search all the students who have that programme ID. If found, the student's IDs and names will be displayed, otherwise, no found should be reported.

2. A history of search function. When this function is selected, a user can display previous searching results of "searching by student ID" function, up to the five searches. The display should contain the student IDs and student names. If there are no five previous searches, the function should inform the user.


I am new in Python and need some tips to do this exercise, hope that someone can help
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Re: Python exercise

This site is for Microsoft Access. The programming language is VBA. I suggest you look for another site to direct your questions.
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Re: Python exercise

Better yet, ask the instructor or a fellow student.

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Re: Python exercise

This forum also has a section for other software:- https://www.access-programmers.co.uk...splay.php?f=59 -- However you would be very lucky to get some help with Python here...

If you do find a good Python forum, then please let us know!

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