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Ashmit Pathak4,441 Points
what's the wrong code i have typed in that's preventing my code to run perfectly? plz tell
def loopy(items): for item in items: if items = "a" continue else: print(items) # Code goes here
def loopy(items): for item in items: if items = "a" #<-- Is the condition you should not use equal operators "!=" and don't forget ':' at the end, item without "s", items are already definite continue else: #<-- you do not use else here print(items) #<-- return item without 's' and print before continue #<-- In summary def loopy(items): for item in items: if item != 'a': print(item) continue