I set out to make a body fat calculator tonight. There are a number of things that need to be improved in the below code (any suggestions welcome) but there's one thing I am really baffled by. I get a syntax error on the last few print lines. Please see the code and the traceback.
import math # the formulas for calculation are taken from http://www.topendsports.com/testing/bodyfat-girths.htm print "This is a programme to calculate your body fat using girth measurements" print "This is from the metric version of the Navy body fat formula" m_f = raw_input("Are you male or female (enter m or f)?: ") if m_f == "m": print print"I'll use the formula to calculate the body fat of a male" print if m_f == "f": print print "I'll use the formula to calculate the body fat of a female. \nI'll need to know your hip measurement too." print height = raw_input("What is your height (in cm)?: ") waist = raw_input("What is your waist girth (in cm)?: ") neck = raw_input("What is your neck girth (in cm)?: ") bodyweight = raw_input("What is your bodyweight (in kg)?: ") if m_f == "f": hip = raw_input("What is your hip girth (in cm)?: ") hip = int(hip) bodyweight= int(bodyweight) waist = int(waist) neck = int(neck) height = int(height) if m_f == "m": body_fat = 495/(1.0324-0.19077*(math.log10(waist-neck))+0.15456*(math.log10(height)))-450 if m_f == "f": body_fat = 495/(1.29579-0.35004*(math.log10(waist+hip-neck))+0.22100*(math.log10(height)))-450 fat_kg = body_fat*bodyweight lbw = bodyweight-fat_kg bmi = bodyweight/(math.pow((height/100), 2) print 'The following are approximations.' print '\n \n' print 'Your lean body weight is %ikg' % lbw print 'You have %ikg of fat on your body' % fat_kg print '\n \n' print "Your body fat percentage is %i" % body_fat print "\n \n' print "Your body mass index (BMI) is %i" % bmi
compile: invalid syntax (bodyfat calculator.py, line 51) Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/share/drpython/drpython/drpython.py", line 670, in CheckSyntax compile(ctext, fn, 'exec') <type 'exceptions.SyntaxError'>: invalid syntax (bodyfat calculator.py, line 51)
Edited 6 Years Ago by jimmy9pints: n/a