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Wellington Souza3,121 Points
Break Challenge Task 1/2
I do not know what is wrong with my code:
loopy(items): for items in items: print(item)
my_items = ["a", "b", "c"] loopy(my_items)
def loopy(items): for thing in items print items my_items = "a" loopy(my_items)
Gerald Wells12,763 Points
for item in items: #for each item in the list items print(item) #print each item in the list items
the best way to think of it, at this level is a bag... later you will learn about Data structures and bag interfaces, which at its core contains some similarities but I am off topic. So you have a bag full of different kinds of candy. so
for candy in bag: print(candy)
it wants to know what each piece in the bag is. The way you have the for loop working is you are calling the bag every iteration instead of the contents.