# 1. While you're here

#1

Change the loop so it counts up to 9 (inclusive).
Be careful not to change or remove the count += 1 bit—if Python has no way to increase count, your loop could go on forever and become an infinite loop which could crash your computer / browser!

count = (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)

if count < 5:
print "Hello, I am an if statement and count is", count

while count < 5:
print "Hello, I am a while and count is", count
count += 1

Oops, try again. Be sure you print all the numbers from 0 to 9 (inclusive).

#2

Why set `count = (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)`? You already have a `while` loop which increases the count by 1 each time.

And you wrote `while count < 5:` when you need to count to 9.

#3

Thanks for the help. I switched it to 9 and it was still wrong, so I set it
to 10 and it worked.

#4

Just in case you were wondering, it's `< 10` because `<` means less than and not including 10.

#5

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