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    Hector Alfaro
    @hectorsector
    Ask questions about Chapter 2 here.
    Jonathan Disla
    @jondisla
    Hello, I wanted to know if I am using the flow control sequence correctly, I created the raining example program to see if I got the flow sequence indentation correct..
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    Jonathan Disla
    @jondisla
    nevermind indentation is not enable in the chatroom
    Hector Alfaro
    @hectorsector
    @jondisla you may want to use the markup help (for me it appears next to the text box) that will teach you how to type in code. You can also create your own repository in github and link to an example file you create there.
    Jonathan Disla
    @jondisla
    Thanks @halfaro1
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    @jondisla
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    Sean Abbott
    @sabbott7
    Has anybody been able to pass the automated tests when doing the pull request on github...i keep getting the same error..
    continous integration /travis-ci/ something or the other ??? :fire:
    Derrick Cates
    @ukates
    Yeah i have passed it, check your code you may have deleted something that was on the original file that needs to be there
    I failed 4 times before i figured it out and then it only took 18 seconds to pass
    Sean Abbott
    @sabbott7
    in the helloworld.py file can someone explain whats on lines 11 and 12...on github... theres a function def helloworld() and an indent in red ?????????...to place code..but when i clone the file all i see our # comments. Do i ignore lines 11 and 12 ??
    :-(
    and place my code...or do i re-type lines 11 and 12 ??
    -def helloworld():
    • write your code inside this indented area

    does the above 11 and 12 ring any bells ?? because they were not included in the clone file to my desktop ??
    Sean Abbott
    @sabbott7
    i've error'ed again X 31 its something to do with how i'm placing my code i think...any helpers out there ??
    Sean Abbott
    @sabbott7
    @ukates ..can you explain how and where exactly you placed your code in the helloworld.py my program runs fine in the module, but doesn't pass the automated test ?
    Derrick Cates
    @ukates
    Hey there @sabbott7 it has to do with the part you said, write your code in this indented area. when it says indented area it means after def helloworld(): so if you put your curser after the colon hit enter to go to the next line you will be typing code in the 'indented area'' does that make sense?
    Sean Abbott
    @sabbott7
    Happy Days !!Free-at-last ! I got the automated test to work finally 8 time...the def function was included in my helloworld.py file from github...you got to make sure the function is included and your code is in the exact place...python is indent sensitive...thanks Derrick thanks Hector...