Python Classwork: Sentence Stats Write a Python program named "SentenceStats.py" that has the user enter a sentence (with a "sentence" considered to be any combination of one or more words). Then report to the user the following information: 1) How many words are in the sentence 2) How many vowels are in the sentence 3) How many consonants are in the sentence 4) How many non-letter characters (numbers, spaces, punctuation) are in the sentence 5) How many uppercase letters are in the sentence 6) How many lowercase letters are in the sentence 7) The shortest word in the sentence 8) The longest word in the sentence When determining #1, #7, and #8 above, consider a word to be any combination of characters that has a space on either or both sides. The one exception is if the user enters only one word (no spaces). For #7 and #8 above, if there are multiple shortest/longest words of the same length, display all of them. Unlike your previous Python assignments, you must use a separate function to get your user input, as well as separate functions for each of the eight tasks above. The "main" area of your program should consist almost exclusively of variable declarations and calls to the individual functions. As always, all of your code must be your own, written entirely by you. You may not import or use any external functions. You may, however, use global variables in your program. Your program's output should be neat, organized, and easy to read/understand.