Computers and Technology

Magic_number = 3.3312 while True:
    user_number = float(input("Enter a number between 1 and 100: "))
    if round(user_number, 2) == round(magic_number, 2):
        print ("Correct!")
        break
    elif round(user_number,2) > round(magic_number, 2):
        print ("Too high!")
    else:
        print ("Too low!")

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