User input can be obtained using the following statement and storing it into a variable for future use:
num = input(“Enter a number: “)
The Python shell will wait for the user to input a number and then continue forward with the next line in the script.
Write a Python script that accepts input until the user enters the number 999 to stop. Determine whether the user input is either an odd or even number. If it is an odd number, output: “You entered an odd number!”. If it is an even number, output: “You entered an even number!”. If the user quits by entering 999, output: “Thanks – Game Over!”. Test your code for all three conditions. Remember 999 is an odd number so make sure it doesn’t print – “You entered an odd number!”