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ilianpetrov05 Group Title

Hi theret Is there any body who can tell me what is the problem in this small python code? or How it should looks like? def eval_loop(): while True: n = raw_input('Enter whatever:\n') if n == 0: break else: return eval('n')

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  1. Chris2332 Group Title
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    The return statement at the end should be indented as the 'break' statement

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  2. rsmith6559 Group Title
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    In the return statement, you're evaluating the letter n, not the variable n. Watch the quotes.

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  3. Chris2332 Group Title
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    No no no... quotes are fine... that's the syntax of the eval!

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    did u forget one of these ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;

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