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Rondeep Barua
Rondeep Barua
746 Points

Why do I get an indentation error on the last line of code?

Probably missing something simple :/


tickets_remaining = 100 

while tickets_remaining >= 1:
    print('There are {} tickets remaining!'.format(tickets_remaining))
    user_name = input('What is your name?   ')
    number_of_tickets = input('Hello {}! How many tickets would you like?   '.format(user_name))
        if not number_of_tickets.isdigit():
            raise ValueError('Please enter a valid whole number between 1 and {}'.format(tickets_remaining))
        number_of_tickets = int(number_of_tickets)
        if number_of_tickets > tickets_remaining:
            raise ValueError('There are only {} tickets remaining'.format(tickets_remaining))
            price = number_of_tickets * TICKET_PRICE 
            print('That will cost £{}'.format(price))
            proceed = input('Do you want to procced, Y/N?   ')
            if proceed.lower() == 'y':       
                # TODO: Gather credit card information and process it.
                tickets_remaining -= number_of_tickets  
                print('Thank you anyways, {}!'.format(user_name))
print('Sorry {} but the tickets are now sold out.'.format(user_name))

Thanks in advance

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