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if you require a special datatyp from input()

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The modul "inputhandler" provides the function
dinput(output = 'Please enter an integer: ', sinput = 'Illegal input, try again.',
datatyp = int, ranges = False, lowerlimit = 0, upperlimit = 100,
rsinput = "Integer does not lie between 0, 100: " ):
for example:
>>>a = dinput()
>>>Please enter an integer: sd
Illegal input, try again.
>>>Please enter an integer: 43
>>> a
43
>>>a = dinput(ranges = True)
>>>Please enter an integer: sd
Illegal input, try again.
>>>Please enter an integer: 477
Integer does not lie between 0, 100
>>>Please enter an integer: 100
>>>a
100

If there are some bugs, please send me an email: masatamara@gmail.com

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