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miranda maposaData Analysis Techdegree Student 1,074 Points
Not sure why this will not loop
I'm following along with the video but my work will not print attendee in attendees. Not sure what I'm missing:
attendees = ["Ken", "Alena", "Treasure"] attendees.append("Ashley") attendees.extend(["James", "Gill"]) optional_invitees = ["Ben","Dave"] potential_attendees = attendees + optional_invitees print("There are", len(potential_attendees), "potential attendees currently")
treehouse:~/workspace$ python -i meeting.py There are 8 potential attendees currently >>> attendees ['Ken', 'Alena', 'Treasure', 'Ashley', 'James', 'Gill'] >>> for attendee in attendees: ... print(attendee)
Steven Parker228,077 Points
It works for me, I get this:
>treehouse:~/workspace$ python -i meeting.py There are 8 potential attendees currently >>> attendees ['Ken', 'Alena', 'Treasure', 'Ashley', 'James', 'Gill'] >>> for attendee in attendees: ... print(attendee) ... <-- NOTE: it takes an extra newline to let Python know you are done typing Ken Alena Treasure Ashley James Gill >>>