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Python Python Basics (2015) Shopping List App Break

Functions aren't iterable. Okay. So, do I have to create a list BEFORE I write a for loop?

I'm not really sure how much code he wants me to write before I write the for loop.

def loopy(items):
    for items in loopy:

1 Answer

Rich Zimmerman
Rich Zimmerman
24,063 Points

You're putting the item in quotes, which means it's literally just printing the String "items".

Also, you're passing the list "items" into your function do you want to write your for loop like so:

for item in items: