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Yanakorn Chaeyprasert2,732 Points
What's wrong with this code?
Why i get this wrong it's says that didn't find what it's expect to be
def loopy(items): # Code goes here for item in items: if items == "a": continue else: print(item)
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there! Would it be encouraging to know that you're off by one letter? It's all set up correctly but the place you should be looking for the "a" is in the first place of the
item variable... not the
items list. Take a look:
def loopy(items): # Code goes here for item in items: if item == "a": continue else: print(item)
Here we're looking through our items list. We need to check the first letter of the current
item to see if it's "a". Hope this helps!