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Question: Create a program that asks the user for an input by asking “What is your age in years?”. Save the user’s age as a variable. Following the question, print whether or not they’re eligible for a driver’s license in the output (assuming 16 years old is minimum age). The user should be warned if they enter a negative number. Check out the GIF below to see how it should work:
Fill in the program below!
age = int(input(“What is your age in years?”))
print(“You cannot enter a negative age!”)
print(“You are younger than 16 and are not eligible for a drivers license.”)
print(“You are 16 or older and eligible for a drivers license.”)
HINT #1: The user’s input is not a string, it’s an integer. Forget how to write an input that returns an integer rather than a string? Check out the input() function …with integers template on the last page of your Python Cheat Sheet for some help!
HINT #2: Forget how to print something in the output? Check out the print() function template on the last page of your Python Cheat Sheet for some help!