# Exercise 24: More Practice

You are getting to the end of this section. You should have enough Python “under your fingers” to move on to learning about how programming really works, but you should do some more practice. This exercise is longer and all about building up stamina. The next exercise will be similar. Do them, get them exactly right, and do your checks.

 ```print "Let's practice everything." print 'You\'d need to know \'bout escapes with \\ that do \n newlines and \t tabs.' poem = """ \tThe lovely world with logic so firmly planted cannot discern \n the needs of love nor comprehend passion from intuition and requires an explanation \n\t\twhere there is none. """ print "--------------" print poem print "--------------" five = 10 - 2 + 3 - 6 print "This should be five: %s" % five def secret_formula(started): jelly_beans = started * 500 jars = jelly_beans / 1000 crates = jars / 100 return jelly_beans, jars, crates start_point = 10000 beans, jars, crates = secret_formula(start_point) print "With a starting point of: %d" % start_point print "We'd have %d beans, %d jars, and %d crates." % (beans, jars, crates) start_point = start_point / 10 print "We can also do that this way:" print "We'd have %d beans, %d jars, and %d crates." % secret_formula(start_point) ```

# What You Should See

```\$ python ex24.py
Let's practice everything.
You'd need to know 'bout escapes with \ that do
newlines and   tabs.
--------------

The lovely world
with logic so firmly planted
cannot discern
the needs of love
nor comprehend passion from intuition
and requires an explanation

where there is none.

--------------
This should be five: 5
With a starting point of: 10000
We'd have 5000000 beans, 5000 jars, and 50 crates.
We can also do that this way:
We'd have 500000 beans, 500 jars, and 5 crates.
```