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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Dungeon Game Line endings

Ronald Tse
Ronald Tse
5,798 Points

What's my problem

This is the question: OK, here's a...weird...set of tiles. I need you to loop through TILES and print out each item. Print each item on the same line unless the item is a double pipe (||). In that case, instead of printing the item, print a new line (\n). Use the end argument to print() to control whether things print on a new line or not.

TILES = ('-', ' ', '-', ' ', '-', '||',
         '_', '|', '_', '|', '_', '|', '||',
         '&', ' ', '_', ' ', '||',
         ' ', ' ', ' ', '^', ' ', '||'
for tile in TILES:
    if tile != "||":
        print(tile, end=" ")

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
227,140 Points

:point_right: You're really close!

But instead of putting a space between the items (end=" "), just put them right next to each other (end="").