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Python Python Basics (2015) Letter Game App Exiting

Parimal Raghavan
Parimal Raghavan
Courses Plus Student 1,940 Points

What is incorrect in my code?

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong here. I got the user input, it prints "Enjoy the show!" if it is anything other than N/n, and it exits if it IS N/n. What do I have to change?

import sys
start_movie=input("Start the movie? Y/N:")
if start_movie.lower != "n":
  print("Enjoy the show!")

2 Answers

Daniel Markham
Daniel Markham
10,976 Points

Hi Parimal,

You just need to add parentheses to the end of your ".lower" method:

if start_movie.lower() != "n": print("Enjoy the show!") else: sys.exit()

Hope this helps.



Daniel Markham
Daniel Markham
10,976 Points

We all do Parimal. Just keep at it!