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Cant get past code challenge
I can figure out what I am doing wrong. Can someone explain why this is not working?
Same idea as the last one. My loopy function needs to skip an item this time, though. Loop through every item in items. If the current item's index 0 is the letter "a", continue to the next one. Otherwise, print out every member of items.
for item in items:
if item.index('a') == 0:
Seth Reece32,867 Points
You are close, to check the first letter in a string, the index is 0. Indexes are stated using square brackets. You want to use:
if item == 'a':