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Enzie RiddleFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 19,278 Points
Here's the question:
Oops, I forgot that I need to break out of the loop when the current item is the string "STOP". Help me add that code!
What am I doing wrong?
def loopy(items): for item in items: print(items) if item == "STOP": break
Thomas Fildes16,201 Points
You need to place the if statement before the print(item). Here is the code I used to pass this challenge below:
def loopy(items): # Code goes here for item in items: if item == "STOP": break print(item)
Hope this helps! Happy Coding!!!