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Works on the workspace but not on the challenge task
What else should I add to this to have it sys.exit() when the input is 'n' and print "Enjoy the show!" for any other response?
import sys def start_movie(): start = input("Wanna start the movie?").lower() if start != 'n': print("Enjoy the show!") else: print("Bye!") sys.exit()
Jason AndersTreehouse Moderator 145,855 Points
The instruction did not say to create a method.
The rest of your code is correct. You just need to delete the line that is creating the method and adjust the indentation for the other lines (once the
def startMovie() line is deleted) and the code will pass.
Nice work! :)