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# Shopping list take 3- lines separating my list...

In the shopping list take 3, I was testing out my code and the list worked but as I watched Kenneth's list grow I realized ours looked differently. My list has lines separating each item:

1. milk
__________
2. bananas
__________
3. oranges
__________

Where Kenneth's has no lines. I am not sure how this is happening, as I am sure my code is just like his. Help me understand!

```import os

shopping_list = []

def clear_screen():
os.system("cls" if os.name == "nt" else "clear")

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

show_list()
if len(shopping_list):
position = input("Where should I add {}?\n"
"Press ENTER to add to the end of the list\n"
"> ".format(item))
else:
position = 0

try:
position = abs(int(position))
except ValueError:
position = None
if position is not None:
shopping_list.insert(position-1, item)
else:
shopping_list.append(new_item)

show_list()

def show_list():
clear_screen()

index = 1
for item in shopping_list:
print("{}. {}".format(index, item))
index += 1

print("_"*10)

show_help()

while True:
new_item = input("> ")

if new_item.upper()  == 'DONE' or new_item.upper() == 'QUIT':
break
elif new_item.upper() == 'HELP':
show_help()
continue
elif new_item.upper() == 'SHOW':
show_list()
else:

show_list()
```

Hi Nichole, the problem is that you have the `print` function indented once too much, placing it inside the `for` loop so it runs on each iteration of the loop, instead of just running once at the end. To fix this, just un-indent by one level to make sure it is no longer inside the `for` loop.

```def show_list():
clear_screen()