Challenge Solution1:27 with Ken Alger
Here's my approach to solving this challenge.
Welcome back, how'd you do? 0:00 Don't worry if you weren't able to complete all of the to do tasks, 0:03 that's completely okay. 0:06 Learning new things can be a challenge. 0:08 Let me show you my approach to this particular challenge. 0:11 We were given the name variable with input. 0:14 Our first to do asks the user by name if they understand Python while loops. 0:17 We can do this in a similar fashion to our name statement. 0:21 We can use string formatting to add a better personalization to it as well. 0:25 We should also add a prompt for what the user should enter, and 0:29 put that on a new line. 0:33 So I have understanding equals input, string formatter, and 0:35 do you understand Python while loops. 0:40 Backslash m for a new line and what they should enter and 0:42 we pass in the name variable here into our string formatting. 0:46 For our next to do task, I'll convert the input to lower case so 0:50 that an upper case yes is accepted too. 0:53 Our next task The next to-do we 0:57 ask the user again for input about whether or not they understand while loops now. 1:02 And our final to-do outside the while loop 1:07 we congratulate the user for understanding while loops. 1:12 And that's it. 1:15 I hope this didn't make you too loopy. 1:16 Great job completing this practice session. 1:19 Thanks for working through it with me. 1:22 Until next time, happy coding. 1:24
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