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Objective:

– Read names from two different files into your program and write each name to a single new file.

– Download the namelist1.txt and namelist2.txt input files from the assignment page in Canvas and place them in the same folder as your program.

– Input files:

– nameslist1.txt

– nameslist2.txt

– Each file contains a list of 200 unique names.

– Output file:

– Output all names to an output file called allnames.txt

– Write a program that reads the names from the two input files and writes the names to the two output files.

Steps:

a. Ask the user to input the file name and path of the first input file.

– Use a try/except block to open all input before processing.

– If the file cannot be opened, display the appropriate error message, and require the user to reenter the file name and path.

– Continue looping until the user has entered a valid file name and path.

b. Ask the user to input the file name and path of the second input file.

– Use a try/except block to open all input before processing.

– If the file cannot be opened, display the appropriate error message, and require the user to reenter the file name and path.

– Continue looping until the user has entered a valid file name and path.

c. Ask the user to input the file name and path of the output file.

– Use a try/except block to open all input before processing.

– If the file cannot be opened, display the appropriate error message, and require the user to reenter the file name and path.

– Continue looping until the user has entered a valid file name and path.

d. Processing:

– Use a try/except block to read from the input files and write to the output file.

– Read all the names from one input file at a time. Write the names to the output file.

– You must use a while loop to process the first input file (nameslist1.txt) and write to the output file.

– You must use a for loop to process the second input file (nameslist2.txt) and write to the output file.

– Each line in each input file is one name.

– Each name must be written on a separate line in the output file.

– There must be no blank lines between names in the output files.

e. Close all input files and the output file after all names have been processed.

Rubric: The rubric is located on the assignment page in Canvas. Please review the rubric to make sure you meet all of the requirements for this lab.

Screen Shot:

Enter the path and name of the first file: c:test Terr.txt

Error: file(s) not found, or could not be opened. Please reenter.

Enter the path and name of the first file: c:testnameslist.1.t.t.

Enter the path and name of the second file: c:testerr.txt

Error: file(s) not found, or could not be opened. Please reenter.

Enter the path and name of the second file: c:testnameslist2.txt

Enter the path and name of the output file: c:testallnames.txt

Names processing started

Names processing complete


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