Adrian Trevino1,318 Points
Not a question rather Feedback and Answer
In Task 2 of Code Challenge: Continental
It would be better to add the following to the instructions of task 2:
Print Continents with letter "A" only AND use an Asterisk (*) in front of each continent.
When actually using the first snippet of code, the answer is technically right but it throws the user into an infinite error. For people who might be a bit newer, it might be frustrating. A little direction would go a long way!
(I know the first task's code is okay to leave in there, just deleted it to clean up the picture)
continents = [ 'Asia', 'South America', 'North America', 'Africa', 'Europe', 'Antarctica', 'Australia', ] #technically correct code for continent in continents: if continent == 'A': print(continent) #acceptable code for continent in continents: if continent == 'A': print("* " + continent)
Steven Parker201,957 Points
The challenge says "*Output should look similar to.... *" and shows an example with the asterisks. So part of the the challenge is looking at the example and figuring out how to code it to create the correct result.