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Rating my Solution for Python Basic (Masterticket.py)
So I went through the course & attempted to do the last step with my own implementation. I used a global within a function & forums I've read generally considered that bad practice due to code smell (I figure in something small & starting out it was alright). So i'm curious how good or bad my implementation was & what would be a best practice to do. I am aware I could have probably refactored a bit with the .lower or uppers from the video later on.
Three other questions as well
So it may just be I need to finish the list courses etc. However was there a way to check in the confirmation step using the == against strings for multiples without having to use the (or) statement for each.
I didn't define any parameters in a function & was wondering if there is a reason why that could be bad, or just limits what my function could do.
Also in the except ValueError, I notice that craig uses the (as err) portion. I can't really tell the difference of what that does. If I could get a better explanation on how that is useful it would certainly fill in a blank.
Here's my solution to the problem & thank you for the time & any info.