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Scott Billsborough735 Points
This doesn't pass but is correct.
Just doesn't pass in the exercise but works perfectly in Workspaces.
import sys start_movie = input("Would you like to start the movie? Y/n ").lower() if start_movie != 'n': print("Enjoy the movie!") else: sys.exit()
Challenges are very picky when it comes to strings. The challenge asks you to print out "Enjoy the Show!", you print out "Enjoy the movie!" instead. If you fix that issue like this:
import sys start_movie = input("Would you like to start the movie? Y/n ").lower() if start_movie != 'n': print("Enjoy the Show!") # Print out the exact string the challenge asks for else: sys.exit()
Then your code will pass the challenge.