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how come my code did call the sys.exit()??
this is what i under stand from the code i wrote: import the system libery
get the user input
if the user input different than "n" or user input different than "N":
then print Enjou the show
exit the system(sys.exit())
import sys start_movie = input ( 'Do you want to start a movie Y/n') if start_movie != 'n' or start_movie != "N": print("Enjoy the show") else: sys.exit()
When an OR clause is evaluated, any condition that is true makes the whole OR clause true.
- If your input is 'N', your OR clause would be True OR False which evaluates as True
- If your input is 'n', your OR clause would be False OR True which evaluates to True
Try replacing your or with an and. Optionally you could call the .lower() method on start_movie and get rid of the OR clause altogether.