Agree with me that a while loop runs, as long as the condition evaluates to True?

let's say we use or:

`while choice!="n" or choice!="y":`

and i input `y`

, then `choice!="n"`

is true, and `choice!="y"`

is false. So we have True and False, when using or, if one of the condition is True, it will evaluate to True, so the loop will run again, oops.

Now, if we used and:

`while choice!="n" and choice!="y":`

if i input `y`

, `choice!="n"`

is True, and `choice!="y"`

is False. True and False evaluate to False, which is what we want. Since we want to stop the loop (the user input is valid)

now, again with and:

`while choice!="n" and choice!="y":`

what if i put something wrong? For example `x`

, then both condition are True, True + True = True, so the loop will run again to get valid user input.

I know this feels weird, and counter intuitive, but i hope this helps