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Use input() to ask the user if they want to start the movie. If they answer anything other than "n" or "N", print "Enjo
I can't find where i am going wrong
import sys begin = input ("do you want to start the movie? y/n ") if begin != "n" or "N": print("Enjoy the show!") else: sys.exit()
You need to do the test twice, so test
begin != 'n' then
begin != 'N'. Plus, you don't want to use
or you want the input to be neither 'N' and not 'n' too. Try