Give a flannel board presentation. 1. Set up area with board. 2. Check pieces. 3. Practice. 4. Place pieces in order of appearance. 5. Gather children. 6. Place pieces out….
Write a function in this file called nine_lines that uses the function three_lines (provided below) to print a total of nine lines
Write a function in this file called nine_lines that uses the function three_lines (provided below) to print a total of nine lines.
Now add a function named clear_screen that uses a combination of the functions nine_lines, three_lines, and new_line (provided below) to print a total of twenty-five lines. The last line of your program should call first nine_lines and then the clear_screen function.
The function three_lines and new_line are defined below so that you can see nested function calls. Also, to make counting “blank” lines visually easier, the print command inside new_line will print a dot at the beginning of the line:
Submit your Python script file in the posting of your assignment. Your Python script should be either a .txt file or a .py file.
You must execute your script and paste the output produced into a document that you will submit along with your Python script.
It is very helpful if you print a placeholder between the printing of 9 lines and the printing of 25 lines. It will make your output easier to read for your peer assessors. A placeholder can be output such as “Printing nine lines” or “Calling clearScreen()”.