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class Calculator(): def __init__(self): XXXXXXXXXXself.operation_map = {'add' : self.add} def get_input(self): XXXXXXXXXXpass def execute_operation(self, operation): XXXXXXXXXXpass def add(self):...

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class Calculator():
def __init__(self):
XXXXXXXXXXself.operation_map = {'add' : self.add}
def get_input(self):
XXXXXXXXXXpass
def execute_operation(self, operation):
XXXXXXXXXXpass
def add(self):
XXXXXXXXXXpass
def subtract(self):
XXXXXXXXXXpass
def multiplication(self):
XXXXXXXXXXpass
def division(self):
XXXXXXXXXXpass
# This cell is only for your reference. Use the code below to test your code.
#c = Calculator()
#c.get_input()
# Add two numbers
#print(c.execute_operation('add'))
# Subtract two numbers - Should give positive int output if first number greater than second number, else give negative output.
#c.get_input()
#print(c.execute_operation('subtract'))
# Multiply two numbers
#c.get_input()
#print(c.execute_operation('multiply'))
# Divide two numbers - should handle 0 division.
#c.get_input()
#print(c.execute_operation('divide'))
#c.get_input()
#print(c.execute_operation('divide'))
Answered Same DayMar 15, 2022

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Sathishkumar answered on Mar 16 2022
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