Jul-12-2019, 12:51 AM

So I am trying to do Five Nights at Freddy's in real life and I need a calculator to see how much power we have left. But I keep running into a problem. I defined a few functions (Using the lights, closing the doors), and called them, but for some reason when I run the script and try to use them it does not work. It's not an error. I will type the function 'l' when running the code and it gives me: <function l at *Random numbers, letters, and symbols*

import time power = 100 power_calc = input("l is left door, r is right door, and f is flashlight. Awaiting Input:") if len(power_calc) < 0: print("empty") #this is for l def l(): if power_calc is 1: time_1 = time def ll(): if power_calc is ll: time_2 = time time_total_1 = int(time_1) - int(time_2) power - time_total_1 #this is for r def r(): if power_calc is r: time_3 = time def rr(): if power_calc is rr: time_4 = time time_total_2 = int(time_3) - int(time_4) power - time_total_2 #this is for f def f(): power - 2 l() ll() r() rr() f() if power == 0: print("Game Over")And this is what it will give me when I run it:

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Output:Python 3.7.0 (v3.7.0:1bf9cc5093, Jun 27 2018, 04:06:47) [MSC v.1914 32 bit (Intel)] on win32
Type "copyright", "credits" or "license()" for more information.
>>>
RESTART: C:\Users\Steven & Alisha\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python37-32\FNaF power calculator.py
l is left door, r is right door, and f is flashlight. Awaiting Input:
>>> l
<function l at 0x033A3C90>
>>>
```