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a problem in a project i am trying to build
Hi. I did a program like a control panel which contains a simple calculator and a avg calculator. However when i try to quit of the program after i used one of them it wont let me get out of the program
this is the current snapshot - the name of the file is cool_comp.py
thanks in advance, i will happy to hear any suggestions.
Steven Parker216,014 Points
In the "simple_calc" and "avg" functions, you have a quit test. For example:
if user_decision == "quit": #... comp() # <-- here's the issue
Since this function was called by the main loop, instead of calling the main loop again you should just "break" or "return" back to it. Otherwise these functions keep recursively calling each other.