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not sure whats happening

books = [
    "Learning Python: Powerful Object-Oriented Programming - Mark Lutz",
    "Automate the Boring Stuff with Python: Practical Programming for Total Beginners - Al Sweigart",
    "Python for Data Analysis - Wes McKinney",
    "Fluent Python: Clear, Concise, and Effective Programming - Luciano Ramalho",
    "Python for Kids: A Playful Introduction To Programming - Jason R. Briggs",
    "Hello Web App: Learn How to Build a Web App - Tracy Osborn",

video_games = [
    "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild",
    "Splatoon 2",
    "Super Mario Odyssey",

print("buy for me: {}".format(books[0]))

for book in book: 
    print("* " + book)

#now its ganna be nice and clean  
def display_wishlist(display_name, wishes)
#atick over here btw
    items = wishes.copy() <-------------------------------------why is this called items?
    print(display_name + "!")
    suggested_gift = items.pop(0)
    print("======>", suggested_gift, "<======")
    #taking only one in this case by only having one 
    for item in items: 
        print("* " + wish)

dispaly_wishlist("books", books)
display_wishlist("video games", video_games)

1 Answer

Bruce Röttgers
Bruce Röttgers
18,211 Points

What exactly is your question Michael Hulet can you edit the formatting