Imagine that your computer program loves these plants. Whenever it receives an input in the form of the word Spathiphyllum, it involuntarily shouts to the console the following string: “Spathiphyllum is the best plant ever!”
Write a program that utilizes the concept of conditional execution, takes a string as input, and:
- prints the sentence “Yes - Spathiphyllum is the best plant ever!” to the screen if the inputted string is “Spathiphyllum” (upper-case)
- prints “No, I want a big Spathiphyllum!” if the inputted string is “spathiphyllum” (lower-case)
- prints “Spathiphyllum! Not [input]!” otherwise. Note: [input] is the string taken as input.
Test your code using the data we’ve provided for you. And get yourself a Spathiphyllum, too!
Sample input: spathiphyllum
Expected output: No, I want a big Spathiphyllum!
Sample input: pelargonium
Expected output: Spathiphyllum! Not pelargonium!
Sample input: Spathiphyllum
Expected output: Yes - Spathiphyllum is the best plant ever!