hello guys!

i’m wondering why is this line here. i fully understand the rest of the code, except for existance of this specific line

```
# We'll be using our Node class
class Node:
def __init__(self, value, next_node=None):
self.value = value
self.next_node = next_node
def get_value(self):
return self.value
def get_next_node(self):
return self.next_node
def set_next_node(self, next_node):
self.next_node = next_node
# Our LinkedList class
class LinkedList:
def __init__(self, value=None):
self.head_node = Node(value)
def get_head_node(self):
return self.head_node
def insert_beginning(self, new_value):
new_node = Node(new_value)
new_node.set_next_node(self.head_node)
self.head_node = new_node
def stringify_list(self):
string_list = ""
current_node = self.get_head_node()
while current_node:
if current_node.get_value() != None:
string_list += str(current_node.get_value()) + "\n"
current_node = current_node.get_next_node()
return string_list
def remove_node(self,value_to_remove):
current_node = self.head_node
if current_node.get_value() == value_to_remove:
self.head_node = current_node.get_next_node()
else:
while current_node:
next_node = current_node.get_next_node()
if next_node.get_value() == value_to_remove:
current_node.set_next_node(next_node.get_next_node())
current_node = None
else:
current_node = next_node
# Define your remove_node method below:
```

this line

```
current_node = None
```

p.s: ah, and here’s the subject’s link.if you’d like to take a look