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For loop only giving one item in list
Not sure why I am only getting one part from my computer_parts list.
computer_parts = ['motherBoard', 'processor', 'graphicsard'] vowels = list('aeiou') output =  for parts in computer_parts: #breaking down the list parts_list = list(parts.lower()) #removing vowels by seperating the inital list into a list of letterss for vowel in vowels: while True: try: parts_list.remove(vowel) except: break #joining words inside of spaces and capatilizing first letter output.append(''.join(parts_list).capitalize()) print(output)
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 68,404 Points
Your join and append to
output needs to be indented one stop. It is currently executed once after both for loop complete.