Check which ports are open to the outside world. Helps make sure that your firewall rules are working as intended.
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#!/usr/bin/python class TripCost: def __init__(self, miles_per_gallon, distance, price_per_gallon): self.miles_per_gallon = miles_per_gallon self.distance = distance self.price_per_gallon = price_per_gallon #self always has to explicityly called when using class level functions def Mileageprice_per_gallon(self): return (self.price_per_gallon * self.distance) def Roundtrip(self): return(self.distance * 2) #Creating a new object called trip with a car that has 22 mpg 13.6 mile drive and 3.27 for gas trip1 = TripCost(22, 13.5, 3.27) mpg =trip1.Mileageprice_per_gallon() print "The cost of the price per gallon and distance will be : " print mpg roundTrip = trip1.Roundtrip() print "The round trip will be" print roundTrip x_mpg = raw_input('How many miles per gallon does your vehicle give you?') print 'Your vehicle gives you ' + x_mpg x_distance = raw_input('How Far is your one way commute? ') print 'Your one way commute is ' + x_distance x_price_per_gallon = raw_input('What is the cost of fuel per gallon?') print 'The cost of fuel is ' + x_price_per_gallon #Convert all string input to integers i_mpg = int(x_mpg) print i_mpg i_distance = float(x_distance) print i_distance mult = (i_distance * i_mpg) print mult i_price_per_gallon = float(x_price_per_gallon) print i_price_per_gallon trip2 = TripCost(i_mpg, i_distance, i_price_per_gallon) mpg2 = trip2.Mileageprice_per_gallon() print mpg2
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