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add a space at the last of the string, like: 'john eats bread '.
It's because only when c == ' ', than the word would be printed.
you're only printing out the complete word if a space(' ') is detected. You don't have space at the end of string. If you try with 'John eats bread ', you will get to know the problem.
oh! I didn't realise Jack said the same thing. So stupid of me. Sorry!
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this code print "john eats bread", your code is good, you can comment print word and word=' ' write in only line.
>>>for c in 'john eats bread':
if c!=' ':
word = word + c
word = ' '
for c in 'john eats bread ' -->you need a space
for c in 'john eats bread_'
in the following code http://dpaste.com/781646/ the the last word which is bread is translated and yet we don't have a space at the end of the sentence
Bread is translated because of the function call translateWord() lin line 22. It's not translated in Line 19-20.
All the other words are translated when they hit a space character in line 19-20. But since bread doesn't have a space char after it, it never goes into the else construct and just goes to return. But the variable word holds "bread". The return statement calls translateWord with word=bread, concatenates and returns. That's how bread is translated.