# Making A Simple Calculator In Python Hello coders today we are going to make a simple calculator in python this project is for beginners and everyone should make it.

Making a calculator in python is very simple and easy you can try to create it on your own but if you can’t follow this tutorial I will give you the source code of the python calculator.

This is just a basic calculator you will be able to do simple calculations like addition, subtraction, multiply and divide.

If you are intrested in making projects or want some source code of projects you can check out the projects that I have created and you can get the source for free you can go here – Coderzway Projects.

## Let’s make a calculator in python

So Inorder to run and write python you will require python installed on your machine I am sure you are reading this article after installing python.

But if you don’t have python installed you can install it from here – Download python. Remember to click add python to path while installing.

I will be using vs code editor to edit and write code you can use anything I will recommend you to use vs code – download vs code.

So let’s start

Go to any folder and create and python file with .py extension

inside the file copy and paste this code

```				```
print('Welcome to Python Calculator by Coderzway')

# CALCULATION FUNCTIONS
print(int(num1) + int(num2))
def subtract(num1,num2):
print(int(num1) - int(num2))
def multiply(num1,num2):
print(int(num1) * int(num2))
def divide(num1,num2):
print(int(num1) / int(num2))

def take_inputs():
num1 = int(input('Enter a number: '))
num2 = int(input('Enter another number: '))
return [num1,num2]

res = input('''What you want to do
For Subtraction click -
For Multiply click *
For Divide click /
For Exiting click e
''')

if res == '*':
num = take_inputs()
multiply(num, num)
elif res == '/':
num = take_inputs()
divide(num, num)
elif res == '+':
num = take_inputs()
elif res == '-':
num = take_inputs()
subtr(num, num)
elif res == 'e':
exit()

input('')
```
```

You can run this code by opening command prompt at the file location and type python filename.py in the command prompt this will give you this.

```				```
python filename.py
```
```

## Output So you need to click any of the button from given

*  is for multiplication