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Python Python Basics (2015) Shopping List App Continue

Idai Yaffe
Idai Yaffe
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What's my mistake?

I even tried running it with the given example in the course and it worked perfectly, but it keeps telling me "Bummer! Try again!"

breaks.py
def loopy(items):
    for i in items:
        if i[0] == 'a':
            continue
        print i

1 Answer

Python 3 requires parenthesis for the print as it is no longer a statement and has been implemented as a function, described here.

Changing your print to:

 print(item)

should fix it for you.