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What is wrong with my code?
Create a function named dir_contains takes a path to a directory and a list of file names. If all of the file names exist within that directory, return True, otherwise, return False.
import os def dir_contains(path, names): files = os.listdir(path) amount = len(names) current = 0 for name in names: if name in files: current += 1 if amount=current: return True else: return False
Steven Parker218,583 Points
You're really close! But the operator to compare for equality is "==". Just one "=" is an assignment operator.