Did you know that there are over 500 types of bananas in the world? Â Did you also know that bananas are an excellent source of potassium, fiber, and vitamin B-6 as well as serve as a powerful antioxidant? Â However, most people might not be aware of the prolific amount of banana consuming possibilities that are available to them. Â Wouldn't it be amazing if we have a program that would randomly recommend a type of banana for someone to eat every day as part of a complete and balanced breakfast. Â However, say you don't like bananas and would prefer apples (over 2000 varieties) or kiwi fruit (50 types).Â
For your final exam, you are to build a program that does just that. Â Your task is to build a program that randomly recommends a different kind of one type of fruit each day. Â The user should be able to pick from a menu of at least three different kinds of fruit (banana is a required selection). Â The program should also randomly select a new fruit variant for all 30 days of a month. Â For example, I should be able to choose between: banana, apple, and kiwi. Â I will select kiwi. Â It will then produce a randomly selected list of 30 different types of kiwi and present them in a list. Â If I run the program again and select kiwi, then it will return a new list of kiwi. Â
Your program should practice a separation of concerns, select from the list randomly, and provide a menu or display. Â
Extra Credit will be offered if the following can be completed:
1). Able to select specific months and have the list printed out correlate to the number of days in the month (remember 2018 is not a leap year).
2). Able to display a graphic along with your list and fruit selection
3). Able to have no repeating of types of fruit in any of the lists
In addition to your code, you will have to provide a brief video demonstrating your code running and you explaining a walkthrough of the code.
submit files through Canvas or a GitHub link along with any modules and libraries if needed.
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