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Vinod Chauhan
Vinod Chauhan
Courses Plus Student 911 Points

error in line 35 and line 69 solve that

have a help command

have a show command

clean code up in general

import os

shopping_list = []

def clear_screen(): os.system("cls" if os.name == "nt" else "clear")

def show_help(): clear_screen() print("What should we pick up at the store?") print(""" Enter 'DONE' to stop adding item. Enter 'HELP' for this help. Enter 'SHOW' to show the current list.

def add_to_list(new_item): show_list() if len(shopping_list): position = input("Where should I add{}?\n" "Press Enter to add to the end of the list\n" "> ".format(item)) else: position = 0

    position = abs(int(position))
except ValueError:
    position = None
if position is not None:
    shopping_list.insert(position-1, item)


def show_list(): clear_screen()

print("Here is your list:")

index = 1
for item in shopping_list:
    print("{} .{}".format(index, item))
    index += 1



while True: new_item = input("> ") if new_item.upper() == 'DONE' or new_item.upper() == 'QUIT': break elif new_item.upper() == 'HELP': show_help() continue elif new_item.upper() == 'SHOW': show_list() continue else: add_to_list(new_item)