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Python Python Basics (Retired) Putting the "Fun" Back in "Function" Shopping List Redux

What's wrong whit this?

if len(shopping_list) == 0:   
  print("You dind't add anything to your list."

hmm i cant see why i cant print my else statment... can anyone help???

2 Answers

Looks like you're missing a closing parenthesis on your first print statement.

Lol yea.. feel stupid now but thanks for the help xD

Don't feel stupid, happens all the time. :)