# Learn How to Print Air Temperature with 1 Decimal Point Followed by C - Sample Output & Detailed Guide on Given Program: 36.4C

This guide will walk you through the process of creating a program that prints air temperature with 1 decimal point followed by the Celsius symbol (C). The sample output for this program would look like this:

``````36.4C
``````

Follow the detailed guide below to learn how to create this program.

## Step 1: Setting Up the Development Environment

Before you start writing the program, you need to set up a development environment. You can use any programming language and development environment that you are comfortable with, but for this guide, we will use Python and the Visual Studio Code IDE.

3. Open Visual Studio Code and install the Python extension from the marketplace.

With the development environment set up, you can now start writing the program.

## Step 2: Writing the Program

1. In Visual Studio Code, create a new file and save it with a `.py` extension (e.g., `temperature.py`).
2. Write the following code in the file:
``````# Get user input for temperature
temperature = float(input("Enter the air temperature in Celsius: "))

# Print the temperature with 1 decimal point followed by C
print(f"{temperature:.1f}C")
``````

This program takes the user's input for air temperature in Celsius, converts it to a floating-point number, and then prints the temperature with 1 decimal point followed by the Celsius symbol (C).

## Step 3: Running the Program

1. Open the terminal in Visual Studio Code by clicking on `Terminal > New Terminal`.
2. Navigate to the directory where you saved the `temperature.py` file.
3. Run the program with the following command:
``````python temperature.py
``````
1. Enter the air temperature in Celsius when prompted and press `Enter`. The program will then print the temperature with 1 decimal point followed by the Celsius symbol (C).

## FAQs

### How can I modify the program to display the temperature in Fahrenheit?

To display the temperature in Fahrenheit, you can convert the Celsius temperature to Fahrenheit using the following formula:

``````F = (C * 9/5) + 32
``````

Modify the program as follows:

``````# Get user input for temperature
temperature_c = float(input("Enter the air temperature in Celsius: "))

# Convert the temperature to Fahrenheit
temperature_f = (temperature_c * 9/5) + 32

# Print the temperature with 1 decimal point followed by F
print(f"{temperature_f:.1f}F")
``````

### How can I use a different programming language to achieve the same output?

You can use any programming language to create a similar program. The logic of the program will remain the same, but the syntax will be different. Here's a sample program in JavaScript:

``````// Get user input for temperature
const temperature = parseFloat(prompt("Enter the air temperature in Celsius: "));

// Print the temperature with 1 decimal point followed by C
console.log(temperature.toFixed(1) + "C");
``````

### What if I want to display the temperature with 2 decimal points instead of 1?

To display the temperature with 2 decimal points, change the format specifier in the `print` function. Replace `{temperature:.1f}C` with `{temperature:.2f}C`. The modified program will look like this:

``````# Get user input for temperature
temperature = float(input("Enter the air temperature in Celsius: "))

# Print the temperature with 2 decimal points followed by C
print(f"{temperature:.2f}C")
``````

### Can I use this program to read temperature data from a file?

Yes, you can modify the program to read temperature data from a file. Replace the `input()` function with file reading operations. Here's a sample program that reads temperature data from a file called `temperature_data.txt`:

``````# Read temperature data from file
with open("temperature_data.txt", "r") as file:

# Print the temperature with 1 decimal point followed by C
print(f"{temperature:.1f}C")
``````

### How can I store the formatted temperature in a variable instead of printing it directly?

You can use the `format()` function to store the formatted temperature in a variable. Here's a sample program that stores the formatted temperature in a variable called `formatted_temperature`:

``````# Get user input for temperature
temperature = float(input("Enter the air temperature in Celsius: "))

# Store the temperature with 1 decimal point followed by C in a variable
formatted_temperature = format(temperature, ".1f") + "C"

# Print the formatted_temperature variable
print(formatted_temperature)
``````