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Python

srikanth soma
srikanth soma
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Invalid syntax error shopping list part 2

Shopping list

print("Creating a list") shopping_list = [] def help_commands(): print("Type DONE once you done adding to list") print("Type HELP for help") print("Type SHOW for list of items")

def show_list(): for items in shopping_list: print(items)

def list_added_items(): new_items = input("Enter the items in list\n >") shopping_list.append(new_items) print("{} item added in to the list. the list has {} items".format(new_items,len(shopping_list))

while True: if new_items == "DONE": break elif new_items == "SHOW": show_list() continue elif new_items == "HELP": help_commands() continue elif new_items == "ADD": list_added_items() continue

When I run the above code I get syntax error on line 18 which is while True: can someone help me understand where I'm doing wrong ?