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  1. Evolutionsic

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    I'm trying to make a very simple python test to binary conversion app, basically so the user can enter a sentence and it displays it to binary in the command line.

    So far I've got this, any one got any ideas on how to split the words into separate letters then print them all out?

    Code:
    person = input('Enter your name: ')
    
    words = input('Enter some words ')
    
    A = ('01000001')
    B = ('01000010')
    C = ('01000011')
    D = ('01000100')
    E = ('01000101')
    F = ('01000110')
    G = ('01000111')
    H = ('01001000')
    I = ('01001001')
    J = ('01001010')
    K = ('01001011')
    L = ('01001100')
    M = ('01001101')
    N = ('01001110')
    O = ('01001111')
    P = ('01010000')
    Q = ('01010001')
    R = ('10101010')
    S = ('01010011')
    T = ('01010100')
    U = ('01010101')
    V = ('01010110')
    W = ('01010111')
    X = ('01011000')
    Y = ('01011001')
    Z = ('01011010')
    
    a = ('01100001')
    b = ('01100010')
    c = ('01100011')
    d = ('01100100')
    e = ('01100101')
    f = ('01100110')
    g = ('01100111')
    h = ('01101000')
    i = ('01101001')
    j = ('01101010')
    k = ('01101011')
    l = ('01101100')
    m = ('01101101')
    n = ('01101110')
    o = ('01101111')
    p = ('01110000')
    q = ('01110001')
    r = ('01110010')
    s = ('01110011')
    t = ('01110100')
    u = ('01110101')
    v = ('01110110')
    w = ('01110111')
    x = ('01111000')
    y = ('01111001')
    z = ('01111010')
    
    print('Hey,', person, 'Your words in Binary are:', '\n', a, b)
    
     
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