You are going to design a program that allows the user to work with lists of rectangle widths and lengths.
Design specifications: The program must use lists. For full credit, the program should read both sets of coordinates from one file. For slightly less credit (-5), the program should read both sets of coordinates from two files (one for widths, one for lengths). For less credit than that (-10), the program can hard-code in the two lists of coordinates. Start with hard-coded lists, get the program working, and then work on reading in the lists from files.) For each menu option, there should be a function that takes the lists as parameters. There should be no global variables.
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data = 
f = open(file)
lines = f.readlines()
for i in range(0,len(lines),2):
width = float(int(float(lines[i])))
length = float(int(float(lines[i+1])))
# Method to execute program menu
print("1. Print rectangles")
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