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Python Python Basics (2015) Shopping List App Refactor

Alex Durham
Alex Durham
Courses Plus Student 456 Points


can you tell me which lines of code are not in a function Thanks

def show_help():
    # print out instructions on how to use the app
    print("What should we pick up at the store?")
    Enter 'DONE' to stop adding items.
    Enter 'HELP' for this help.
    Enter 'SHOW' to see your current list.

def show_list(shopping_list):
    # print out the list
    print("Here's your list:")

    for item in shopping_list:

def add_to_list(shopping_list, new_item):
    # add new items to our list
    print("Added {}. List now has {} items.".format(new_item, len(shopping_list)))
    return shopping_list
def main ():   

# make a list to hold onto our items
    shopping_list = []

    while True:
    # ask for new items
    new_item = input("> ")

    # be able to quit the app
    if new_item == 'DONE':
    elif new_item == 'HELP':
    elif new_item == 'SHOW':
    add_to_list(shopping_list, new_item)

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,077 Points

You asked this same question already.

And I gave you an answer there.

Please don't ask the same question more than one time. It does not help you to get an answer any sooner. In fact, it might even do just the opposite, as some people might choose not to answer because they are unhappy about it being asked multiple times.

And before asking even the first time, be sure to search the forum in case someone else has already asked a similar question and received an answer you can use.

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