Food Order System Python Project

Here is a Python Project for managing a database related to a food ordering system. It uses the MySQL database system to store information about employees, customers, food items, and food orders. The code defines tables for Employee, Customer, Food and OrderFood. It allows you to add records to these tables and view them. Here is an overview of the code’s functionality and structure:

  1. Importing necessary modules: The code imports the connector module for working with the MySQL database.
  2. Database connection: It establishes a connection to a MySQL database hosted on the local machine with the username “root” and password “admin”.
  3. Creating tables: The code creates several tables within the “food1” database, including Employee, Customer, Food and OrderFood. These tables define the structure of the data that will be stored in the database.
  4. Functions for data entry:
    • Customer(): Allows you to add a customer’s information to the “Customer” table.
    • Employee(): Allows you to add an employee’s information to the “Employee” table.
    • Food(): Lets you add food item details to the “Food” table.
    • OrderFood(): Allows you to add an order for food to the “OrderFood” table.
  5. View function: The View() function lets you search for and display records based on different search criteria, such as employee details, customer details, food items, or food orders.
  6. MenuSet function: This function displays a menu with options to add records or view data. You can choose an option by entering a corresponding number.
  7. RunAgain function: After performing an action, the script asks if you want to run the program again. If you choose “Y,” the menu is displayed again.

To use the script, you would execute it in a Python environment with the necessary MySQL connector library installed. It provides a simple command-line interface for interacting with the database.

 

Source Code:

 

import os
import platform
import mysql.connector
import pandas as pd


mydb = mysql.connector.connect(host="localhost", user="root", password="admin")

#creating DB

mycursor = mydb.cursor()
mycursor.execute("create database if not exists food1")
mycursor.execute("use food1")

#creating Tables

# Define the Employee table
mycursor.execute("""
CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS Employee (
    Emp_id INT AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
    ename VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    emp_g VARCHAR(10),
    eage INT,
    emp_phone BIGINT,
    pwd VARCHAR(255)
)
""")

# Define the Customer table
mycursor.execute("""
CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS Customer (
    c_id INT AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
    name VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    cphone BIGINT,
    payment INT,
    pstatus VARCHAR(20),
    email VARCHAR(255),
    orderid INT,
    date DATE
)
""")

# Define the Food table
mycursor.execute("""
CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS Food (
    Food_id INT AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
    Foodname VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    Food_size VARCHAR(20),
    prize INT
)
""")

# Define the OrderFood table
mycursor.execute("""
CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS OrderFood (
    Orderf_id INT AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
    C_id INT,
    Emp_id INT,
    Food_id INT,
    Food_qty INT,
    Total_price INT
)
""")

# Define the fee table
mycursor.execute("""
CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS fee (
    roll INT AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
    feedeposit INT,
    month VARCHAR(10)
)
""")

# main COde



def Customer():
    L = []
    c_id = int(input("Enter the customer ID number: "))
    L.append(c_id)
    name = input("Enter the Customer Name: ")
    L.append(name)
    cphone = int(input("Enter customer phone number: "))
    L.append(cphone)
    payment = int(input("Enter payment method (1 for credit card, 2 for Debit Card): "))
    L.append(payment)
    pstatus = input("Enter the payment status: ")
    L.append(pstatus)
    email = input("Enter the email id: ")
    L.append(email)
    orderid = input("Enter orderid: ")
    L.append(orderid)
    date = input("Enter the Date: ")
    L.append(date)
    cust = (L,)
    sql = "INSERT INTO customer (c_id, name, cphone, payment, pstatus, email, orderid, date) VALUES (%s, %s, %s, %s, %s, %s, %s, %s)"
    mycursor.execute(sql, cust)
    mydb.commit()


def Employee():
    L = []
    Emp_id = int(input("Enter the Employee id: "))
    L.append(Emp_id)
    ename = input("Enter the Employee Name: ")
    L.append(ename)
    emp_g = input("Enter Employee Gender: ")
    L.append(emp_g)
    eage = int(input("Enter Employee age: "))
    L.append(eage)
    emp_phone = int(input("Enter employee phone number: "))
    L.append(emp_phone)
    pwd = input("Enter the password: ")
    L.append(pwd)
    EMP = tuple(L)  # Convert the list to a tuple
    sql = "INSERT INTO Employee (Emp_id, ename, emp_g, eage, emp_phone, pwd) VALUES (%s, %s, %s, %s, %s, %s)"
    mycursor.execute(sql, EMP)
    mydb.commit()




def Food():
    L = []
    Food_id = int(input("Enter the Food id: "))
    L.append(Food_id)
    Foodname = input("Enter the Food Name: ")
    L.append(Foodname)
    Food_size = input("Enter Food size: ")
    L.append(Food_size)
    prize = int(input("Enter Prize of Food: "))
    L.append(prize)
    Food = (L,)
    sql = "INSERT INTO Food (Food_id, Foodname, Food_size, prize) VALUES (%s, %s, %s, %s)"
    mycursor.execute(sql, Food)
    mydb.commit()


def OrderFood():
    L = []
    Orderf_id = int(input("Enter the Food Order id: "))
    L.append(Orderf_id)
    C_id = int(input("Enter the Customer id: "))
    L.append(C_id)
    Emp_id = int(input("Enter Employee id: "))
    L.append(Emp_id)
    Food_id = int(input("Enter Food id: "))
    L.append(Food_id)
    Food_qty = int(input("Enter Qty: "))
    L.append(Food_qty)
    Total_price = int(input("Enter Total_price: "))
    L.append(Total_price)
    OrderFood = tuple(L)  # Convert the list to a tuple
    sql = "INSERT INTO OrderFood (Orderf_id, C_id, Emp_id, Food_id, Food_qty, Total_price) VALUES (%s, %s, %s, %s, %s, %s)"
    mycursor.execute(sql, OrderFood)
    mydb.commit()



def View():
    print("Select the search criteria: ")
    print("1. Employee")
    print("2. Customer")
    print("3. Food")
    print("4. Order Food")
    ch = int(input("Enter the choice 1 to 4: "))

    if ch == 1:
        Emp_id = int(input("Enter Employee ID: "))
        sql = "SELECT * FROM Employee WHERE Emp_id = %s"
        mycursor.execute(sql, (Emp_id,))
        res = mycursor.fetchall()
        for x in res:
            print(x)
    elif ch == 2:
        c_name = input("Enter Customer Name: ")
        sql = "SELECT * FROM Customer WHERE name = %s"
        mycursor.execute(sql, (c_name,))
        res = mycursor.fetchall()
        for x in res:
            print(x)
    elif ch == 3:
        sql = "SELECT * FROM Food"
        mycursor.execute(sql)
        res = mycursor.fetchall()
        for x in res:
            print(x)
    elif ch == 4:
        food_id = int(input("Enter Food ID: "))
        sql = "SELECT * FROM OrderFood WHERE Food_id = %s"
        mycursor.execute(sql, (food_id,))
        res = mycursor.fetchall()
        for x in res:
            print(x)



def MenuSet():
    print("Enter 1 to Add Employee")
    print("Enter 2 to Add Customer details")
    print("Enter 3 to Add Food Details")
    print("Enter 4 for Food Order")
    print("Enter 5 to view Food booking")
    

    try:
        userInput = int(input("Please Select an above option: "))
    except ValueError:
        exit("\nHey! That's Not A Number")
    else:
        print("\n")

        if userInput == 1:
            Employee()
        elif userInput == 2:
            Customer()
        elif userInput == 3:
            Food()
        elif userInput == 4:
            OrderFood()
        elif userInput == 5:
            View()
        else:
            print("Enter correct choice. . .")

def runAgain():
    runAgn = input("\nWant to run again? (Y/N): ")
    while runAgn.lower() == 'y':
        if platform.system() == "Windows":
            os.system("cls")
        else:
            os.system("clear")
        MenuSet()
        runAgn = input("\nWant to run again? (Y/N): ")

MenuSet()
print("Good Bye... HAVE A NICE DAY")

 

Sample Output:

 

Enter 1 to Add Employee
Enter 2 to Add Customer details
Enter 3 to Add Food Details
Enter 4 for Food Order
Enter 5 to view Food booking

Please Select an above option: 1

Enter the Employee id: 101
Enter the Employee Name: John Doe
Enter Employee Gender: Male
Enter Employee age: 30
Enter employee phone number: 1234567890
Enter the password: securepwd

Want to run again? (Y/N): Y

Enter 1 to Add Employee
Enter 2 to Add Customer details
Enter 3 to Add Food Details
Enter 4 for Food Order
Enter 5 to view Food booking

Please Select an above option: 5
Select the search criteria:
1. Employee
2. Customer
3. Food
4. Order Food
Enter the choice 1 to 4: 1

Enter Employee ID: 101
(101, 'John Doe', 'Male', 30, 1234567890, 'securepwd')

Want to run again? (Y/N): N

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