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Python Python Basics (2015) Shopping List App Break

Lycomedes Games
Lycomedes Games
426 Points

Troubles with my for loop.

I am having troubles creating this for loop to print each thing in items, but if the thing is 'STOP' then it will break the loop.

breaks.py
def loopy(items):
    for thing in items:
        print(thing)
    if thing == 'STOP':
        break

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,004 Points

:point_right: The challenge expects you to stop instead of printing when the item is "STOP" (not after you print it).

Lycomedes Games
Lycomedes Games
426 Points

Thank you for your reply. I put the if thing == 'STOP': break above the print and added an else: print(thing) after it properly indented and it still didn't accept it.

Lycomedes Games
Lycomedes Games
426 Points

I figured it out thank you. I REALLY need to work on my sintax. I had the right idea, but couldn't execute it correctly. Thank you for your help!