# Fahrenheit to Celsius, a simple converter

We start with writing the general theory - the rule of conversion:

`Celsius = (Fahrenheit- 32) * 5/9`

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**First:**

The program accepts the value of the Fahrenheit degree entered by the user and stores it in **feh **variable, as the following:

`feh = float(input("Enter your temperature in Fehrenheit: "))`

A prompt will appear for the user as:

`Enter your temperature in Fehrenheit: 1000`

**Second, the conversion:**

Then, the conversion is calculated using the previous mentioned rule and the result is stored in the variable **celsius**:

`celsius = (feh - 32) * 5 / 9`

Then the result is printed along with the converted Fahrenheit degree:

`print("%0.2f degrees in Fehrenheit is %0.2f degrees in Celsius. " %(feh,celsius))`

The result would be:

`1000.00 degrees in Fehrenheit is 537.78 degrees in Celsius. `

Using the % symbol we linked the place of the variable in the sentence, f symbol is to determine that this value is float, 0.2 is the number of digits after the dot.

Also, we could just convert the celsius variable into String and printed:

`print("The temperature in Celesius is :" + str(celsius))`

It would result in the whole number:

`The temperature in Celesius is :537.7777777777778`

*Thanks for reading.*

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