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Python Python Basics (2015) Shopping List App Break

brian r
brian r
686 Points

How do I stop a for loop in a function?

Can someone help me fix my code, I don't know what's wrong with it.

def loopy(items):
    for word in items:
    if word == "STOP":

1 Answer

Hi there,

It's just an indentation problem - python thinks your if statement is outside the for loop. indent those lines by 4 spaces and it'll work - always the little things :/