Hi! Can someone help with this project? I really prefer to work on my laptop in VSC. And I tested all the exemples from the test._module.py and it works fine. But when I try to run my program into replit it seems that everything fails. Can somebody help me ?
This is the address: https://replit.com/@apatecas/boilerplate-arithmetic-formatter-1#arithmetic_arranger.py
def arithmetic_arranger(problems, include_result = False): # If there are too many problems supplied (>5) to the function we have an error if len(problems) > 5: return print("Error: Too many problems") # Admissible perators operators = ["+", "-"] # List for each line to print line1 =  line2 =  line3 =  line4 =  for value in problems: operation = value.split(" ") # Error for non admissible operators if operation not in operators: return(print("Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'.")) # Assign operand values operand_1 = operation operand_2 = operation # Operands must only contains digits. Otherwise operation non admited if operand_1.isdigit() == False or operand_2.isdigit() == False : return (print("Error: Numbers must only contain digits")) # Max of four digits for each operand if len(operand_1) > 4 or len(operand_2) > 4: return print("Error: Numbers cannot be more than four digits.") # Max spaces to fill in the final print. We will find the longest operand and we add # the operator's space and the space btw the operator and the second element max_spaces_to_fill = max(len(x) for x in operation) dash = "-" space = " " # Append each first operand and we add 4 spaces btw each operation line1.append(operand_1.rjust(max_spaces_to_fill+2)+ space*4) # Append the operator, space and second operand line2.append(operation + space + operand_2.rjust(max_spaces_to_fill)+space*4) # Append dash line line3.append(dash * (max_spaces_to_fill+2)+space*4) # Append the result line in case argument include_result = True result = (str(eval(value))) line4.append(result.rjust(max_spaces_to_fill+2)+space*4) # Transform each list in string line1= ''.join(map(str, line1)) line2 = ''.join(map(str, line2)) line3 = ''.join(map(str, line3)) line4 = ''.join(map(str, line4)) # If second argument true, include results if include_result == True: arranged_problems = line1 + "\n" + line2 + "\n"+ line3+ "\n"+ line4 # If second argument false, only print operation if include_result == False: arranged_problems = line1 + "\n" + line2 + "\n"+ line3 print(arranged_problems) return arranged_problems arithmetic_arranger( ["3801 - 2", "123 + 49"], True)