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Python Python Basics (2015) Letter Game App Exiting

Pratham Patel
Pratham Patel
4,976 Points

Can I get some help with this code challenge

I looked back at the video and my looks just like his

firedoor.py
start_movie = input("Start movie")
if start_movie.lower() == 'n':
    print("Enjoy the show!")
else:
    sys.exit()

1 Answer

andren
andren
28,521 Points

You misread the task slightly.

They want the "Enjoy the show!" message to be printed if the user answers something other than n or N. You are doing the opposite by only printing it when a user enters n or N. If you change your equals comparison to a not equals comparison then your code will pass.