# Fizzbuzz Numberwang

Just a test of your understanding of loops and conditional statements.
This assignment is due on Thursday, January 21
1 exercises
1.5 possible points
Create a subfolder named `0009-fizzbuzz-numberwang` inside your `compciv-2016/exercises` folder.

# The Checklist

In your compciv-2016 Git repository create a subfolder and name it:

``     exercises/0009-fizzbuzz-numberwang``

The folder structure will look like this (not including any subfolders such as `tempdata/`:

```        compciv-2016
└── exercises
└── 0009-fizzbuzz-numberwang
├── a.py
```
 `a.py` 1.5 points FizzBuzz Numberwang Edition

# Background information

This exercise set assumes you've read through these lessons:

For-loop fundamentals
How to repeatedly execute code, over and over, for a specified number of times.
Conditional branching fundamentals
How to use if/else statements to create branches of code in your program that may or may not actually execute.
Tackling the FizzBuzz test
Solve this infamously difficult programming interview question with for-loops and conditional branching

# The Exercises

``` 0009-fizzbuzz-numberwang/a.py ```
FizzBuzz Numberwang Edition
1.5 points

This exercise is more or less the same thing as the exercise described in the FizzBuzz Challenge lesson. See if you can do it without copy-pasting directly from that lesson.

Here are the requirements:

• Print a list of numbers from 1 to 30, including 30
• For numbers divisible by 2, print `"Numbe"` instead of the actual number
• For numbers divisible by 7, print `“rwang” instead of the actual number
• For numbers divisible by both 2 and 7, print `"Numberwang!"` instead of the actual number

FYI, this is Numberwang.

Expectations

When you run `a.py` from the command-line:

`0009-fizzbuzz-numberwang \$ python a.py`
• The program's output to screen should be:
```1
Numbe
3
Numbe
5
Numbe
rwang
Numbe
9
Numbe
11
Numbe
13
Numberwang!
15
Numbe
17
Numbe
19
Numbe
rwang
Numbe
23
Numbe
25
Numbe
27
Numberwang!
29
Numbe
```