- Generate a Python script that performs the following behaviour when run:

`Username: joe invalid username`

`Username: sue Password: 123 invalid password`

`Username: sue Password: abc access granted`

- Generate a Python script that inputs a positive integer
*n*, and for each number between*n*and 1, the script will count backwards to 1. For example:

`enter n: 4 4 3 2 1 3 2 1 2 1 1`

- Monty Hall problem - simulate the Monty Hall gameshow using 3 doors, as shown in the following output:

`choose door 1, 2 or 3: 1 door 3 is empty would you like to switch to door 2? N door 1 is empty`

`choose door 1, 2 or 3: 1 door 2 is empty would you like to switch to door 3? Y door 3 is prize`

`choose door 1, 2 or 3: 3 door 1 is empty would you like to switch to door 2? N door 3 is empty`

- Let's Make a Deal gameshow [modified] - Five briefcases labelled A through E, randomly contain $1, $20, $300, $4000 and $50000 respectively. Implement your most
*eloquent*and*sophisticated*solution to produce the following output:

*Version 1*:`choose briefcase A, B, C, D or E: C briefcase C contains $20`

*Version 2*:`choose briefcase to hold ['A','B','C','D','E']: C choose briefcase to open from remaining ['A','B','D','E']: D briefcase D contains $1 choose briefcase to open from remaining ['A','B','E']: A briefcase A contains $50000 choose briefcase to open from remaining ['B','E']: E briefcase E contains $20 choose briefcase to open from remaining ['B']: E invalid selection choose briefcase to open from remaining ['B']: B briefcase B contains $4000 briefcase C contains $300`