Please submit a Python program that gathers information about instructors and students according to the rules provided:
Write your program such that if a user inputs any of the above information incorrectly, the program asks the user to re-enter it before continuing on. Your program should accept any number of individuals until the person using the program says they are done.
You will store the information you collect for each user in class instances that you will append to a list called "college_records". There will be an Instructor class and a Student Class (which should be pretty simple), and your submission must use inheritance principles. Create a method that displays all collected information for an individual called "displayInformation".
You must also create a class called "Validator" that has methods attached to it that validate submitted information.
When your submission is through gathering data, print out all entries in the college_records list.
Your submission should use principles of augmentation where appropriate and be as flexible as possible.
Be sure to put comments in your code that clearly mark how you are performing your program logic and use descriptive variable names. Your score will be evaluated on adherence to the above requirements, efficiency of code, how well your program runs, modularity of your code, and adherence to professional coding practices (comments, formatting, variable names, etc.).
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