Very nice! Not a bad first project. I created a pull request on Github you can see I made some spelling corrections and moved your functions to a better place, I didn’t want to do everything though, you can see line for line what I changed here.
I’d suggest improving the output as it can be hard to read. A nice way to do that is applying ANSI colours with escape sequences like this;
PURPLE = '\033[95m'
BLUE = '\033[94m'
GREEN = '\033[92m'
YELLOW = '\033[93m'
RED = '\033[91m'
BOLD = '\033[1m'
UNDERLINE = '\033[4m'
print(colour.GREEN + "Hello")
I quickly threw it in to show you how it would look:
However it doesn’t work on Windows CMD, you’ll need a good terminal emulator which I highly recommend if you don’t use already, CMDer is a good one for Windows. Here’s a good site showing what you can do: http://www.lihaoyi.com/post/BuildyourownCommandLinewithANSIescapecodes.html
I would also recommend making a function for the output, and also you can clear the screen with(for Windows+Linux);
os.system('cls' if os.name == 'nt' else 'clear')
You want your functions to also be above the rest of your code, under your imports instead of inside the while loop, It makes it easier to read your main loop by putting your functions together.
It’s a good start! If you work on making a single function handle all the text output the main loop will be so much cleaner, and you’ll have a single function handling how it’s displayed.
Or you could try tkinter or PyQT and create a GUI