# Fahrenheit to Celsius Converter

According to Wikipedia, the Fahrenheit scale is a temperature scale based on one proposed in 1724 by the physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit. It uses the degree Fahrenheit as the unit.

It also states that the degree Celsius is a unit of temperature on the Celsius scale, a temperature scale originally known as the centigrade scale. The degree Celsius can refer to a specific temperature on the Celsius scale or a unit to indicate a difference or range between two temperatures.

There are times when the scale Fahrenheit is used to measure temperature but the end-user wants to know the measurement in the Celsius scale. In those instances, the formula to convert the temperature is used.

```
celsius = (fahrenheit − 32) × 5/9
```

This formula is not hard to understand and the calculations are a bit straightforward. But for an end-user who only cares about the equivalent in Celsius, this is too technical. That's why I created this program with the end-user in mind.

**def** fahrenheit_to_celsius_converter(temp):
'''this function prints the converted temperature
measurement from fahrenheit to celsius
'''
*# formula to convert the temperature **from**
# fahrenheit to Celsius*
celsius **=** (temp **-** 32) ***** (5**/**9)
*# round the result to **2** decimal places*
celsius **=** round(celsius, 2)
*# print the results **for** the user*
print(str(temp) **+** ' degrees Fahrenheit is equal to
' **+** str(celsius) **+** ' degrees Celsius')

The program takes the formula above and takes care of the calculations and conversions in the background. All the user need is the name of the function and she/he can provide the temperature to be converted and the program prints the result instantly without hassle.

The complete program with examples can be found on my GitHub __here__.