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syltan

  • one year ago

while sword1 !=1: print("player 1 buy equpment:") print("Your money:" + str(money1)) print("steel_sword ataka+3 ") print("equlibrium_sword ataka+2 armor+2 ") print("sword_of_might ataka+6 armor+1 " a1=raw_input("choose sword to buy:") if a1=="steel_sword": ataka1+=3 sword1=1 money1-=200 if a1=="equlibrium_sword": ataka1+=2 armor1+=2 sword1=1 money1-=300 if a1=="sword_of_might": ataka1+=6 armor1+=1 sword1=1 money1-=500

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  1. syltan
    • one year ago
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    why i get wrong syntax error at line a1=raw_input("choose sword to buy:") ?

  2. Mertsj
    • one year ago
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    Sorry...don't have a clue

  3. Mertsj
    • one year ago
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    yw. Wish I did know that stuff.

  4. dpflan
    • one year ago
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    @syltan This looks like Python, and seems like a trivial mistake, an oversite if you will, is causing the error: print("sword_of_might ataka+6 armor+1 " a1=raw_input("choose sword to buy:")" This is your code, but the print statement lacks a closing parenthesis.

  5. syltan
    • one year ago
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    Or ya i haven't notice that tnx much.

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