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1. The World Health Organization (WHO) compiles data about immunization levels around the
world. The file named “polio.txt” contains data about the level of polio vaccinations in
various countries over time. Each line of the file contains the following fields, where there is exactly one space between
Income Level (6 characters)
Region (4 characters)
Country (55 characters)
Year (4 characters)
Percent Vaccinated (3 characters)
The “Income Level” field identifies the category assigned to that country by the World Bank:
WB_LI low income
WB_LMI lower middle income
WB_UMI upper middle income
WB_HI high income
The “Region” field identifies the region assigned to that country by WHO:
AFR Africa
AMR Americas
EMR Eastern Mediterranean
EUR Europe
SEAR South-East Asia
WPR Western Pacific
The “Country” field contains the name of the country.
The “Year” field contains the year for which the data was compiled.
The “Percent Vaccinated” field contains an integer number representing the percentage of
children in that country who have received polio vaccine by the age of one.
2. You will develop the two Python programs described below. Each program will be in a
separate source code file (the names are given under “Assignment Deliverables”).
2. The output file created by the program will have the same format as the input file (same field
widths and spacing). Note that when the user selects all lines, the output file will be identical to
the input file.
3. The program will display appropriate messages to inform the user about any unusual
Part B
1. The program in “” will display one summary report to the user.
a) The program will prompt the user to enter the name of the input file. If it is unable to open
that file, the program will prompt the user again until the user enters a valid file name.
b) The program will prompt the user to enter a year, and will then prompt the user to enter an
income level. The income level must be one of the characters in the set {1, 2, 3, 4}, where 1
corresponds to “low income”, 2 corresponds to “lower middle income”, 3 corresponds to “upper
middle income” and 4 corresponds to “high income”.
c) The program will identify all records (lines) in the input file which match the user’s criteria
for year and income level, and the program will display a report with the following information:
The count of records in the input file which match the user’s criteria
The average percentage for those records (displayed with one fractional digit)
The country with the lowest percentage for those records
The country with the highest percentage for those records
If more than one country has the lowest or highest percentage, the report will display the
information for the last of those countries found by your program.
For the last two items (lowest percentage and highest percentage), the program will display all
information about the country: the name of the country, the World Bank income level (not the
code), the WHO region (not the code), the year, and the percentage vaccinated.
2. The program will display appropriate messages to inform the user about any unusual
3. The program will contain the following functions (you may develop additional functions):
open_file()  file object
process_file( file object )  None
main()  None
The notation above gives the name of each function, the number and type of its argument(s), and
the type of its return value.
a) The function names will be spelled exactly as shown (for example, open_file).
b) Function open_file has no parameters. It returns a file object after prompting the user to
enter the name of the input file (see above).
c) Function process_file has one parameter (a file object). It performs the processing to
read the input file and display the report.
d) Function main has no parameters. It invokes the other two functions and then closes the file
Assignment Notes
1. The data in “polio.txt” is from the World Health Organization’s website and is used with
2. Documentation about the built-in function open is on the Python website:
In particular, the information about modes “r” and “w” may be useful.
3. A simple approach to determining the maximal value in a set of values is described below.
Initialize the current maximal value to something smaller than all valid values
For each value in the set:
If the value is larger than the current maximal value, save it as the current maximal value
A similar procedure can be used to determine the minimal value in a set of values.
Suggested Procedure  Solve the problem using pencil and paper first. You cannot write a program until you
have figured out how to solve the problem. This first step may be done collaboratively
with another student. However, once the discussion turns to Python specifics and the
subsequent writing of Python statements, you must work on your own.  Create a small data file by taking representative lines from the instructor-supplied data
file, then use that small data file for the initial testing of your programs. That approach
will allow you to more easily determine if your logic is correct before using the large
instructor-supplied data file.
 Complete the program for Part A before working on the program for Part B.  Develop a simple version of the program for Part A, then run the program and track down
any errors.  Use the handin system to turn in the first version of your solution.  Cycle through the steps to incrementally develop your program:
o Edit your library program to add new capabilities.
o Run the program and fix any errors.
o Use the handin system to submit the current version of your solution.  Use the handin system to submit the final version of your solution.  Once Part A is complete, work on Part B in the same way: incrementally develop your
program and use the handin system to submit your work
 You would be wise to back up your files on your H: drive, also.  Be sure to log out when you leave the room, if you’re working in a public lab