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Author Lisabel Leon
Recipients Lisabel Leon, docs@python, matrixise, zach.ware
Date 2017-07-25.16:04:19
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Thank you Zachary for such a speedy response.
I'll paste text next time.


On Tue, Jul 25, 2017 at 11:56 AM, Zachary Ware <>

> Zachary Ware added the comment:
> Take a look at the statement immediately following the example:
> "(Yes, this is the correct code. Look closely: the else clause belongs to
> the for loop, not the if statement.)"
> The example is correct, and is introducing the concept of an 'else' clause
> on a for loop.  This is very much not the first report of this that we've
> had, though; perhaps the 'look closely' admonition should be moved before
> the example?
> For future reference, please copy and paste the text of your tests rather
> than a screenshot; not all participants can see the screenshot.
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