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David Wright4,437 Points
exiting.py -- can't get correct response to start movie
not sure where I'm going wrong
import os import sys def answer(): answer = input("Do you want to start the movie? ") if answer != 'N'\ and answer != 'n': print("Enjoy the show!") else: sys.exit()
Shawn DenhamPython Development Techdegree Student 17,801 Points
I think you are over thinking it. I usually don't just put the answer but here it is so you can see what I mean. Also mind you indentions :)
answer = input("Do you want to start the movie? ") if answer != 'N'\ and answer != 'n': print("Enjoy the show!") else: sys.exit()
there is no need to import anything or wrap it up in a function :)
Mike Tribe3,827 Points
import sys x = input('Start movie? Y/N') if x.lower() != "n": print("Enjoy the show!") else: sys.exit()
Could you write basically this same code, but use the lower function?