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CSIT110/CSIT810
Assignment 4 (15%)
Objectives
– Able to write clear code with comments and follow coding convention
– Able to use variables with meaningful names and correct data types
– Able to define functions and class objects
– Able to raise and handle exceptions
Question 1.
Given that an employee dictionary object is one with keys name and sales,
an example of the employee dictionary object is as follows:
example_employee = {
“name”: “Archie Doh”,
“sales”: {
“product_1”: 10,
“product_2”: 10,
“product_3”: 10,
},
}
Question 1a.
Define a class Employee that satisfies the following specifications.
Class name Employee
Instance attributes 1. name: str
2. sales: Dict[str,int]
Parameter 1. an employee dictionary object with the str “name” and
“sales” as keys.
Detailed information The class constructor should accept an employee dictionary object,
as seen in the example at the beginning of the question, and
instantiate the instance attributes accordingly
Question 1b
Write a class method for the Employee class that satisfies the following specifications.
Method name dict_to_class_obj
Parameter 1. a list: list[dict]
Return value 1. a list: list[Employee]
Detailed description The function should return a list of Employee class objects.
Each Employee class object is constructed from each employee
dictionaries in the list parameter.
Here is an example of a list argument containing instances of employee dictionaries
[{ “name”: “Rajah Din”,
“sales”: {“product_0”: 3,
“product_2”: 5,
“product_4”: 4,
},
},{“name”: “Jafar Min”,
“sales”: {“product_1”: 1,
“product_2”: 3,
“product_5”: 5,
},
}]
Question 1c
Write an instance method for the Employee class that satisfies the following specifications.
Method name get_weighted_sales
Parameter 1. weights: Dict[str,float]
Return value 1. sales: float
Detailed description A weighted result is the sum of the product of the values in
weights dictionary and the values in the sales dictionary that
have the same keys.
You may assume that the keys in the weights dictionary is a
subset of keys from the sales dictionary.
This method should return a single value – the weighted sum of
the sales based on the keys from the weights dictionary.
Here is an example of the input weights dictionary.
weights = {“product_1”: 1.0, “product_5”: 3.0}
Using the example above and that in question 4b, the weighted result for the employee named
Jafar Min is 16.
product_1: 1.0 * 1 = 1
product_5: 3.0 * 5 = 15
weighted result: 16
Please note that not all key-value pairs present in the sales dictionary may be included in
the weights dictionary. In the example above, product_2 was excluded. You can
assume that the keys in the weights are all present in the sales dictionary.
Question 2a.
Define an Exception class that meets the following specifications.
Question 2b.
Define a dunder method for the above class that meets the following specifications.
Method name __str__
Method
parameter

Return value for
the dunder
method
Returns ‘Home insurance sales quantity cannot be found
in Jafar Min’s sales results’ if the instance attributes
name_employee is ‘Jafar Min’ and name_product is ‘Home
insurance’.
Question 2c.
1. Modify the get_weighted_results() in question 1c to raise a custom exception
named AssessmentNotFoundError with the correct parameters.
Question 3a.
Create an exception class InvalidDepthError. Define a __str__ dunder method for this class
to return a string “Invalid Depth”.
Question 3b.
Define a class that meets the following specifications.
Class name WaterBody
Class constructor
parameter
1. int/float
Assign this number to the instance attribute volume
Class attribute
The class has class attributes RHO = 997 and G = 9.81.
Question 3c.
Define a class method that meets the following specifications.
Method name get_hydrostatic_pressure
Method parameter 1. float
Return value 1. float
Class name ProductNotFoundError
Constructor
parameters 1. name_product: str
2. name_employee: str
Assign these values to instance attributes of the same names.
Detailed
information Using the input float, the depth. calculate and return the hydrostatic pressure.
Hydrostatic pressure a given depth = RHO*G*depth
If the depth is less than 0, the static method should raise an
InvalidDepthError. This should be defined in question 4a.
Question 3d.
Define an instance method that meets the following specifications.
Method name get_water_mass
Method parameter –
Return value 1. Float
Detailed
information This method should return the mass of the waterbody given that
mass = RHO* volume.
Question 4a.
Look at the submission template. Understand what example() in the main scope is doing.
Question 4b.
Write a function that meets the following criteria.
Function name myClass_get_int_unit_test
Parameter 1. A class reference
Return value 1. str or int
Detailed
information
In the function, using a try and except blocks,
instantiate an instance of the input class.
Next, call the instance method get_integer(). This method does not
take in any parameters.
The function should return the corresponding values in the table below.
Condition Return value
AttributeError was raised.
An error raised when a method or
variable of an instance which was
referenced did not exist
‘A’
ValueError was raised.
This occurs when an argument that
has the right type but an
inappropriate value
‘V’
All other errors ‘O’
If no error was raised Return the integer which the
method returns

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