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For problem set 3, whenever I use a word that has a letter that exists in the dictionary 'hand' it removes 2 instances of that letter instead of once. I also get an error whenever I choose a word like 'loop'. I checked the code and makes sense in my head, also the testing function indicates update_hand is correct. http://pastebin.com/Nm7d2v0U

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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if you are only calling update hand once for each valid word, then the problem Must be in update hand. put a print statement in update hand and around each line that calls it and see if update hand is executing more than once.
also, please select Python syntax highlighting in the code pasting sites

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