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Chris Sederqvist7,596 Points
You don't need to add continue in the loop!
This code works fine without the continue statement in the loop:
shopping_list =  def print_help(): print(""" Enter 'DONE' to stop entering items. Enter 'SHOW' to list items. Enter 'HELP' to display help. """) def print_list(lst): for item in lst: print(item) print('What should we pick up at the store?') print("Enter 'DONE' to stop adding items.") while True: new_item = input("> ") if new_item == 'DONE': break elif new_item == 'SHOW': print_list(shopping_list) elif new_item == 'HELP': print_help() else: shopping_list.append(new_item) print("Here's your list:") print_list(shopping_list)
Continue is the default when we use if/elseif/else in this manner.