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I have been trying this for over a half hour
I have been trying this for over half an hour. I have looked through many of the notes I have taken and I have tried entering different commands and different iterations for this loopy function and I just keep getting stuck. It feels like what I have studied isn't helping here or I am missing something and just not understanding it.
def loopy(items): items =  print("What do you need?") print("Enter 'DONE' to stop adding items.") while True: new_item = input("> ") if new_item == 'DONE': break items.append(new_item) print("Here's your list.") for item in items: print(item)
Rich DonnellanTreehouse Moderator 25,960 Points
The challenge is a very simplified version of the previous video. Do exactly as the instructions say; nothing more, nothing less.
Hint: Omit everything between the first line and the start of the
for loop. Then in task 2, you'll do a check with an