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python basics adding stop exercise help
How do i fix this ?
def loopy(items): if items == "STOP": break things.append(items) for thing in things: print(things) things = 
Steven Parker208,474 Points
Here's a few hints:
- you won't need "things", the loop can work directly using "items"
- the test and break should be inside the loop
- test and print just one "thing" at a time