*TRIGGER WARNING* Here is a sample python code from my teacher

yes
he said this is the correct answer fr

he even used replit AI to help and still typed this kind of stuff lmao

dont spread hate, just laugh and begone :slight_smile:

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looks at the #] on the first line that causes a syntax error

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Everything about that code is fine… except line one where you have commented out the final character by putting a # in front of the ]. By removing that your code should work fine.

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nah

yall forgot the single = on the comparisons instead of ==

at least I didn’t take the picture when there are more errors

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I glossed over it, since the == True means nothing anyways.

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