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Oops, I forgot that I need to break out of the loop when the current item is the string "STOP". Help me add that code!
sorry but I've still error. please someone fix this
def loopy(items): # Code goes here for item in items: print(item) if item == "STOP": break else: print(item)
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there! You're doing great, but you have an extra print statement. During your loop, you print the item then ask if it was equal to "STOP". This means that it will have also printed STOP as well. If it was STOP, it will be the last thing that was printed. However, if it wasn't equal to "STOP" that item will also be printed again.
The solution is to remove the
Hope this helps!