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why its not runnnig properly
def disemvowel(word): word_as_list=list(word) for letter in word_as_list: character=letter.lower() if character in vowels: word_as_list.remove(letter) word=''.join(word_as_list) return word
vowels=['a','e','i','o','u','A','I','E','O','U'] def disemvowel(word): word_as_list=list(word) for letter in word_as_list: if letter in vowels: word_as_list.remove(letter) word=''.join(word_as_list) return word
Steven Parker228,025 Points
If you remove elements from an iterable while it is controlling a loop, it can cause other elements to be skipped over. You could use a copy of the list for iteration, but an even easeir fix would be to use the original word as the loop iterable while you work on the list.