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import csv
import datetime
import openpyxl
import pyautogui

class CustomerListParser(object):

    def __init__(self):
        self.customer_dict = {}
        self._FIRST_CUSTOMER_ROW = 4
        self._CUSTOMER_NAME_COLUMN = 1
        self._EMAIL_COLUMN = 2
        self._PAYMENT_EMAIL_COLUMN = 3
        self.customer_sheet = None

    def parse_customer_list(self, file_name):
        customer_wb = openpyxl.load_workbook(file_name)
        self.customer_sheet =
        for row in range(self._FIRST_CUSTOMER_ROW, self.customer_sheet.max_row + 1):

        return self.customer_dict

    def parse_customer_entry(self, row):
        customer_pay_email = self.customer_sheet.cell(row=row, column=self._PAYMENT_EMAIL_COLUMN).value
        customer_name = self.customer_sheet.cell(row=row, column=self._CUSTOMER_NAME_COLUMN).value
        if customer_pay_email:
            self.customer_dict[customer_pay_email.lower()] = customer_name

        customer_email = self.customer_sheet.cell(row=row, column=self._EMAIL_COLUMN).value
        if customer_email:
            self.customer_dict.setdefault(customer_email, customer_name)

class PaymentListParser(object):

    def __init__(self, customer_dict):
        self.customer_dict = customer_dict
        self._TRANS_ID_COLUMN = 1
        self._AMOUNT_COLUMN = 2
        self._FEE_COLUMN = 4
        self._NET_AMOUNT_COLUMN = 5
        self._EMAIL_COLUMN = 8
        self._NAME_COLUMN = 9
        self._DATE_COLUMN = 10
        self._PAYMENT_METHOD_COLUMN = 15
        self._SHORT_ID_LENGTH = 11
        self._DATE_LENGTH = 10
        self.unidentified_customers = set()
        self.payments = []

    def parse_payment_list(self, file_name):
        payment_list_file = open(file_name, 'r')
        payment_list_reader = csv.reader(payment_list_file)
        for row in payment_list_reader:
            if payment_list_reader.line_num <= 1:
            pay_email = row[self._EMAIL_COLUMN].lower()
            if pay_email in self.customer_dict:
                customer_name = self.customer_dict[pay_email]
                payment_info = self.parse_payment(row)
                payment_info.customer_name = customer_name
                self.unidentified_customers.add(pay_email + ', ' + row[self._NAME_COLUMN])


    def parse_payment(self, payment_row):
        date_in_str = payment_row[self._DATE_COLUMN][:10]
        date = datetime.datetime.strptime(date_in_str, '%Y-%m-%d')
        date_out_str = date.strftime('%m/%d/%y')
        amount = payment_row[self._AMOUNT_COLUMN]
        payment_method = payment_row[self._PAYMENT_METHOD_COLUMN]
        trans_id = payment_row[self._TRANS_ID_COLUMN]
        short_id_start = len(trans_id) - self._SHORT_ID_LENGTH
        short_id = trans_id[short_id_start:]
        fee = payment_row[self._FEE_COLUMN]
        net_amount = payment_row[self._NET_AMOUNT_COLUMN]
        return PaymentInfo(date_out_str, amount, payment_method, short_id, fee, net_amount)

    def get_payments(self):
        return self.payments

    def get_unidentified_customers(self):
        return self.unidentified_customers

class PaymentInfo(object):

    def __init__(self, date, amount, payment_method, trans_id, fee, net_amount):
        self._date = date
        self._amount = amount
        self._payment_method = payment_method
        self._trans_id = trans_id
        self._fee = fee
        self._net_amount = net_amount

    def customer_name(self):
        return self._customer_name

    def customer_name(self, value):
        self._customer_name = value

    def date(self):
        return self._date

    def date(self, value):
        self._date = value

    def amount(self):
        return self._amount

    def amount(self, value):
        self._amount = value

    def payment_method(self):
        return self._payment_method

    def payment_method(self, value):
        self._payment_method = value

    def trans_id(self):
        return self._trans_id

    def trans_id(self, value):
        self._trans_id = value

    def fee(self):
        return self._fee

    def fee(self, value):
        self._fee = value

    def net_amount(self):
        return self._net_amount

    def net_amount(self, value):
        self._net_amount = value

class PaymentGUIEnterer(object):

    def __init__(self):
        self._QUICK_BOOKS_SIDE_MENU_LOC = (26, 30)
        self._CUSTOMERS_MENU_LOC = (402, 12)
        self._RECEIVE_PAYMENTS_MENU_CMD_LOC = (433, 267)
        self._AUTO_APPLY_BUTTON_LOC = (856, 873)
        self._DISCOUNT_INFO_BUTTON_LOC = (856, 846)
        self._PAYMENT_AMOUNT_LOC = (390, 237)
        self._SAVE_BUTTON_LOC = (1060, 975)

    def enter_payment(self, payment_info):

    def activate_quickbooks(self):*self._QUICK_BOOKS_SIDE_MENU_LOC)

    def open_receive_payments_window(self):*self._CUSTOMERS_MENU_LOC)*self._RECEIVE_PAYMENTS_MENU_CMD_LOC)

    def enter_payment_info(self, payment_info):

    def apply_payment_to_invoices(self):*self._AUTO_APPLY_BUTTON_LOC)

    def enter_credit_card_fee(self, fee):*self._DISCOUNT_INFO_BUTTON_LOC)

    def subtract_fee_from_payment(self, net_amount):*self._PAYMENT_AMOUNT_LOC)

    def record_transaction(self):*self._SAVE_BUTTON_LOC)

    def close_receive_payments_window(self):

if __name__ == "__main__":
    customer_parser = CustomerListParser()
    customer_dict = customer_parser.parse_customer_list('customer_list.xlsx')

    payment_parser = PaymentListParser(customer_dict)

    payment_enterer = PaymentGUIEnterer()
    for payment_info in payment_parser.get_payments():

    print '\nUnidentified Customers:\n'
    for customer in payment_parser.get_unidentified_customers():
        print customer


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