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            Hi guys,

            I need help with the below code please, I am trying to create a piece of code that displays true or false at the beginning with a given course code using a function. four letters, 3 digits, and a 'space' in between them if that condition is true then the program will ask the user to choose the menu with 6 options using a dictionary. please explain to me where did I go wrong.

            Thank you

            What I have tried:

            def CourseCode(input_word):
                        COURSES = ['SCIN', 'ENGG', 'MATC', 'BCSE', 'BCMS', 'ENGS', 'MGMT', 'COMM']
                        VALID_DIGITS = (1, 2, 3, 4, 6)   
                        if user_code == 'SCIN 123':
                             return True
                        else:
                             return  False  
            
            def user_menu():
                        add_course = {}
                        add_course['1'] ="Add new Course:"
                        add_course[True] = "Course added"
                        add_course[False]= "Invalid course code: The format is XXXX 111"
                        list_course = {}
                        list_course['2'] = "List Course:"
                        print("SCIN 123", "ENGG 101", "MATC 354", "MATC 355", "BCSE 202", "CCMS 100", "ENGS 202" )
                        stu_enrol = {}
                        stu_enrol['3'] = "Enrol Student"
                        stu_enrol = input("Please enter student family name: ")
                        stu_enrol[new_student]=[]
                        print(stu_enrol)
                        stu_enrol = input(f"Please enter student first initial {new_student}: ")
                        stu_enrol = input(f"Please enter course to enrol or X to finish {new_student}: ")
                        if key_data in stu_enrol:
                             print("Successfully enrolled.")
                             elif(key_data != add_course ):
                             print("Sorry you need to enrol in at least two courses")
                             elif(key_data != stu_enrol):
                             print("Sorry, already enrolled in that course")
                             elif(key_data != CourseCode):
                             print("Sorry, that course does not exist.")
                             else:
                             print("Sorry, a maximum of four courses are allowed")
                        lis_enr_stu = {}
                        lis_enr_stu['4']={"List Enrolments for a Student"}
                        lis_all_enr = {}
                        lis_all_enr['5']={"List all Enrolments"}
                        user_exit['6'] = "Quit"
                        if action() is False:
                              break
            
                input_word = input("Please select menu choice: ")
                 CourseCode = CourseCode(input_word)
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            Comments
            Richard MacCutchan 2 days ago
               
            You need to correct your indentation.

            1 solution

            Quote:
            please explain to me where did I go wrong.

            The problem is that you need to learn Python syntax.
            This just doesn't exist:
            if key_data in stu_enrol:
                 print("Successfully enrolled.")
                 elif: # something missing here
                      print("Sorry you need to enrol in at least two courses")
                 elif: # something missing here
                      print("Sorry, already enrolled in that course")
                 elif: # something missing here
                      print("Sorry, that course does not exist.")
                 else:
                      print("Sorry, a maximum of four courses are allowed")
            

            [Update]
            Your updated code is better, but there is still a huge error:
            replace
            if key_data in stu_enrol:
                 print("Successfully enrolled.")
                 elif(key_data != add_course ):
                      print("Sorry you need to enrol in at least two courses")
                 elif(key_data != stu_enrol):
                      print("Sorry, already enrolled in that course")
                 elif(key_data != CourseCode):
                      print("Sorry, that course does not exist.")
                 else(key_data != max):
                      print("Sorry, a maximum of four courses are allowed")
            

            with
            if key_data in stu_enrol:
                 print("Successfully enrolled.")
            elif(key_data != add_course ):
                 print("Sorry you need to enrol in at least two courses")
            elif(key_data != stu_enrol):
                 print("Sorry, already enrolled in that course")
            elif(key_data != CourseCode):
                 print("Sorry, that course does not exist.")
            else(key_data != max): # there must be nothing with the else
                 print("Sorry, a maximum of four courses are allowed")
            
               
            v3
            Comments
            Richard MacCutchan 2 days ago
               
            Slight problem with the else clause.
            Patrice T 2 days ago
               
            Indeed, I missed this 1 :)

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