Learn Python Final Project-Mimic Nietzsche


Hi, my just-completed final project for the Codecademy Learn Python course is now on GitHub (here). There’s a pretty extensive README file attached (I couldn’t get it to properly line wrap within the file when I pushed it with Git, though it looks fine on GitHub), but, in summary, it is a very basic Nietzsche (fake) quote generator (using the Markov Chain module) that also allows the user to set some external parameters. I added, as well, a rudimentary game component to make it a bit more interesting. Not much to see here, but any feedback is welcome, including with respect to the best-practices advisability of sticking code into program-defined functions (which seems to have been encouraged in the course) versus leaving almost all the code outside such functions (which is the course I took in this project).