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Alexander Le3,735 Points
How do i stop a list mid print, or rather how to i stop a list from printing after hitting a keyword such as 'stop'?
I'm having a difficulty finding the answer to this problem if some one could enlighten me on how to solve this it would be helpful.
def loopy(items): # Code goes here for words in items: if word = "STOP": else: print(items)
Nicholas Ward5,797 Points
I'm not 100% sure if this answers your question, but if you put a
break statement after your
if, nothing else will get printed after the word "STOP". If you use
continue instead, the for loop will continue, but the word "STOP" will not get printed.
Also, you might be trying to do something else besides what I'm seeing here, but I think you need to change your for loop to
for word in items so you can then use
word instead of
words in your if statement.