Need help with programming.

Django heeroygw at aol.comnojunk
Thu Oct 25 01:46:36 CEST 2001


Hello. I've just begun using Python, and am now getting into simple commands.
Everytime I try to use  "else:" I get this message:
        
SyntaxError: invalid syntax
>>> 

I've tried retyping it, skipping it, etc. but it's really bothering me... is
there an alternative I can use for "else:" such as "or:"... Or am I typing it
wrong, or something? I tried browsing a few webpage's a bit, to hopefully find
an answer to my question, but I didnt find anything to help me out. Any help
would be very much appreciated. Thank you.

May I remind you that I AM NEW TO PYTHON, and COMPUTER LANGUAGES ALL TOGETHER
(Excluding HTML). I'M LEARNING PYTHON FOR SELF INTEREST, SO PLEASE NO FLAMES..



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