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# game bug

```import os
import random
import sys

words = [
'apple',
'banana',
'orange',
'coconut',
'strawberry',
'lime',
'grapefruit',
'lemon',
'kumquat',
'blueberry',
'melon'
]

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

def draw (bad_guesses, good_guesses, secret_word):
clear()

print('Strikes: {}/7'.format(len(bad_guesses)))
print('')

for letter in bad_guesses:
print(letter, end=' ')
print('\n\n')

for letter in secret_word:
if letter in good_guesses:
print(letter, end='')
else:
print('_', end='')

print('')

def get_guess(bad_guesses, good_guesses):
while True:
guess = input("Guess a letter: ").lower()

if len(guess) != 1:
print("you can only guess a single letter!")
elif guess in bad_guesses or guess in good_guesses:
print("You've already guessed that letter")
elif not guess.isalpha():
print("you can only guess letters!")
else:
return guess

def play(done):
clear()
secret_word = random.choice(words)
bad_guesses = []
good_guesses = []

while True:
draw(bad_guesses, good_guesses, secret_word)
guess = get_guess(bad_guesses, good_guesses)

if guess in secret_word:
good_guesses.append(guess)
found = True
for letter in secret_word:
if letter not in good_guesses:
found = False
if found:
print("You win!")
print("the secret word was {}".format(secret_word))
done = True
else:
bad_guesses.append(guess)
if len(bad_guesses) == 7:
draw(bad_guesses, good_guesses, secret_word)
print("you lost!")
print("The secret word was {}".format(secret_word))
done = True

if done:
play_again = input("Play again? Y/n ").lower()
if play_again != 'n':
return play(done=False)
else:
sys.exit()

def welcome():
start = input("Press enter to start or Q to quit ").lower()
if start == 'q':
print("Bye!")
sys.exit()
else:
return True

print('Welcome to Letter Guess!')

done = False

while True:
clear()
welcome()
play(done)
```

This is the code i ended up with by the end of the video, for some reason the game plays fine, but it seems like as soon as you guess whatever the first letter of the word is, no matter if you have all the rest of the word found or not, it automatically says you win and displays that portion. I'm not entirely sure why

[MOD: added ```python formatting -cf]

ok, that didn't display my code quite the way i wanted it too

## 1 Answer

MOD

In the function `play()`, the `if found` block is indented too far. It should look like:

```        if guess in secret_word:
good_guesses.append(guess)
found = True
for letter in secret_word:
if letter not in good_guesses:
found = False
if found:  # <-- unindented
print("You win!")
print("the secret word was {}".format(secret_word))
done = True
```