17. Review: Functions


#1




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i dont know what am i doing wrong ! ive seen other posts and they are the same as mine ! any help please !


#2

The problem is with your comparison operator. A single = is used to set the value of a variable, whereas == is used to compare whether two values are equal. In this case you want to look to see if s is equal to "yes" or "no".


#3

You seem to confuse the operators. Let's review them:

This operator:

=

Assigns a value to a variable like this, var = variable. It is the same as saying this is that, which in Python translates to this = that. The second operator:

==

Is the same as the equal to sign we use in math. It is the same as 1+1 = 2 in math, but in Python it would be 1+1 == 2. In you if, elif statements, you want to use the second one, as you are checking if the variable "s" is equal to ( aka this operator ==) yes or no. Replace your code with the right operator, and you should be good. Message me if it still doesn't make any sense.

Hope that helps! :slight_smile:

-- @chipjumper36731


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