Aaron Banerjee4,257 Points
python issue with shopping list 3
posistion = abs(int(posistion)) except ValueError: position = None if posistion is not None: shopping_list.insert(posistion-1,item) else: shopping_list.append(item) show_list()
workspaces is saying there is an issue with the line 'shopping_list.insert(posistion-1,item) ' because unsupported operand type for -: 'str and int can someone please help me figure this out
Steven Parker133,870 Points
I'll disregard the fact that this code isn't complete for the moment, but from just what's shown here there is inconsistent spelling of a variable: "position" (normal spelling) and also "posistion" (with an extra "s").
The spelling itself doesn't matter to the functionality, but it must be consistent throughout the program.