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Python Python Basics (2015) Letter Game App Exiting

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!")

2 Answers

Hi there,

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 and.


Thank again.