First ever lines of code in Py. For testing go to cloud www.codesculptor.org and paste the code in canvas, then press run.Week 1, assignment 1: really really first ever program in Python!!!

```# The key idea of this program is to equate the strings
# "rock", "paper", "scissors", "lizard", "Spock" to numbers
# as follows:
#
# 0 - rock
# 1 - Spock
# 2 - paper
# 3 - lizard
# 4 - scissors

# helper functions

def number_to_name(number):
# fill in your code below
if number==0:
result='rock'
elif number==1:
result='Spock'
elif number==2:
result='paper'
elif number==3:
result='lizard'
elif number==4:
result='scissors'
else:
result= 'Your input is incorrect, please check)))'
return result

# convert number to a name using if/elif/else
# don't forget to return the result!

def name_to_number(name):
# fill in your code below
if number=='rock':
result=0
elif name=='Spock':
result=1
elif name=='paper':
result=2
elif name=='lizard':
result=3
elif name=='scissors':
result=4
else:
result= 5
print 'Your input is incorrect, please check)))'
return result
# convert name to number using if/elif/else
# don't forget to return the result!

def rpsls(name):
# fill in your code below

# convert name to player_number using name_to_number
player_number=name_to_number(name)

# compute random guess for comp_number using random.randrange()
comp_number=random.randrange(0,5)
# compute difference of player_number and comp_number modulo five
differ=player_number-comp_number

# use if/elif/else to determine winner

# convert comp_number to name using number_to_name

# print results

# test your code
rpsls("rock")
rpsls("Spock")
rpsls("paper")
rpsls("lizard")
rpsls("scissors")

# always remember to check your completed program against the grading rubric```