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Python Python Basics All Together Now Cleaner Code Through Refactoring

missing error requirement

just fyi, one error that is missing from this is if the users selects 0 tickets.

The price comes back as "2" which is 0 * 10 + 2.

There should be an additional error raised if the user tries to purchase 0 tickets.

        ticket_quantity = int(ticket_quantity)
        if ticket_quantity > tickets_remaining:
            raise ValueError("There are only {} tickets remaining.".format(tickets_remaining))
        if ticket_quantity < 1:
            raise ValueError("You must select at least one(1) ticket.")```

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,991 Points

Good enhancement! But please edit your code and add Markdown formatting to preserve the code's appearance (particularly indentation).

Craig might have left this intentionally for sharp-eyed developers to further practice their skills. Even if not, you'll find that many of the example programs in the courses can benefit from well-conceived enhancements.