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Noah Harness1,383 Points
loop with index
I need to continue through a loop if the 0 index of 'item' is ''a'', otherwise i need to print the item.
HELP PLEASE I think I am really close
def loopy(items): for item in items: if item.index(0) = "a": continue; else: print(item)
Umesh Ravji42,362 Points
Hi Noah, you are really close, just small issues with your code.
Comparisons are done with double equals (
==), not using single equals (
=), which are used when assigning values to variables.
Checking if the first character is an
a can be done by checking the character at the first index using the code below:
item == 'a'
Giving you a result of:
def loopy(items): for item in items: if item == "a": continue; else: print(item)