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He refers to a previous video <here he introduced menus '"Every time we have built a menu so far..."). To what video in what course is he referring to?
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there, Safae Merigh ! I believe he might be referring to courses that have since been retired. Essentially, they were talking about a menu such that it prints out:
a) Do this thing b) Do another thing
Then you would do something where you get the user's choice.
user_choice = input("Enter a or b: ") if user_choice == "a": # do this thing elif user_choice == "b": # do another thing
He's attempting to show you another way to code up a menu without a huge if/elif/else structure
Hope this helps!