# How to Solve a Fun Problem in Python?

There are many fun problems that you can solve using Python. Here’s an example of how to solve a fun problem using Python:

Problem: Write a program that takes in a sentence and randomly shuffles the letters of each word, while keeping the first and last letters in place. The result should be a scrambled version of the sentence that is still readable.

Solution:

``````import random

def scramble_word(word):
# If the word has less than 4 letters, return it unchanged
if len(word) < 4:
return word

# Split the word into its first letter, middle letters, and last letter
first, middle, last = word[0], word[1:-1], word[-1]

# Shuffle the middle letters
middle = ''.join(random.sample(middle, len(middle)))

# Combine the shuffled word
return first + middle + last

def scramble_sentence(sentence):
# Split the sentence into words
words = sentence.split()

# Scramble each word and join them back into a sentence
scrambled_words = [scramble_word(word) for word in words]
scrambled_sentence = ' '.join(scrambled_words)

return scrambled_sentence

# Test the function with a sample sentence
sentence = "This is a test sentence."
scrambled = scramble_sentence(sentence)
print("Original sentence:", sentence)
print("Scrambled sentence:", scrambled)``````

In this example, we define two functions `scramble_word` and `scramble_sentence`. The `scramble_word` function takes in a word and shuffles its middle letters while keeping the first and last letters in place. The `scramble_sentence` function takes in a sentence, splits it into words, scrambles each word using the `scramble_word` function, and joins them back into a sentence.

We test the function with a sample sentence “This is a test sentence.” and print both the original sentence and the scrambled sentence.

Note: This is just one example of a fun problem that you can solve using Python. You can come up with your own fun problems and solutions using Python!