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Why does my code fail?
The Code works using the python shell, why does it fail on the website challenge???
def loopy(items): for item in items: if item == 'Stop': break else: print(items) loopy('STOP')
Steven Parker218,639 Points
I can see 3 issues, though the last one by itself would likely be ignored by the validator:
- print just one "item" at a time instead of all "items"
- because the comparison is case-sensitive, "Stop" is not the same thing as "STOP"
- you only need to define the function, you don't need to call it yourself