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I have a problem, i can't figure out. I am new in programming but i believe i am doing good till lecture 3 but i noticed i have something missing. I have a problem in (else:) command and i think because its not in a new line , i mean it follows the identation of the previous line so it gives me syntax error.....how can i shift it to the left at the start of command. I don't know if i can ask it correctly but sometimes i need codes to be in the left but its in the middle of line following the previous sentence.

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    Use dpaste.com to post your code. Then put a link to it here so we can take a look.

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