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How do I break out of a loop when I get to a certain item in a string?
I have been trying this for ages but I can't seem to find how to do it.
def loopy(items): for item in items: print (items) if item == "STOP": break
Mohammad Usman5,969 Points
You nearly got it. The challenge is asking you to break out the loop when item == 'STOP'. This means it doesn't want you to print the item when it does equal 'STOP'. To fix this simply place your if argument above your 'print(item)' line