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Second Shopping List, when i type in apples pears and DONE, DONE gets included in my Here's your list??
make a list to hold onto our items
shopping_list = 
print out instructions on how to use the app
print("What should we pick up at the store?") print("Enter 'DONE' to stop adding items.")
while True: # ask for new items and store answer into a variable new_item = input("> ")
# now add the new items(new_item) above and add to our variable shopping_list
#we need our user to be able to quit the app
if new_item == 'DONE':
be able to quit the app
print out the list
print("Here's your list:")
for item in shopping_list: print(item)
Steven Parker228,991 Points
Your issue is caused by the order of execution.
If you don't want "DONE" to be added to the list, you need to move the test for "DONE" (along with the break it does when true) BEFORE the place where you append the new item to the shopping list.
Thankyou for your response, I appreciate it very much, I will try this.
That worked perfectly Steve, again, thankyou very much, Chris