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# Why does this code give no output?

I need to find the sum of the digits in a number. n = int(input()) total = 0 while n > 0: n%10 total = n + n print(total)

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James Murphy , the program needs to have 2 divudions: ▪︎modulo division '%' ▪︎floor division '//' n = int(input()) total = 0 while n > 0: digit = n % 10 total += digit n = n // 10 print(total)

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James Murphy, I figured it out. Sololearn doesn't output when it knows that there is an infinite loop... the print statement is after the infinite loop, thus it'll never print.

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n = int(input()) sum = 0 while n != 0: digit = n % 10 #total = n = n // 10 sum += digit print (sum)

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Maybe do: n = n % 10

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That doesn't seem to help, still no output.

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James Murphy, if there is no output, the problem is not in code.. you should have an output because you have a print inside a global scope. Check the area you are working with

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Its within a sololearn activity on my phone app so not a lot I can do about the area

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OK, thanks. How do I make it not be an infinite loop?

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James Murphy, I don't know what's your need, but I can explain why you get an infinite loop: - Assume you enter 1 as input. n = n % 10 -> n = 1 n = n % 10 -> n = 1 n = n % 10 -> n = 1 ....

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OK thanks, that makes sense, I'll have a fiddle with it.

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Thanks very much, I can see that the floor division is needed to make n no longer be greater than 0, thus breaking the while loop. (I think)

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i don't understand this Guess the output of this code: things = [”text", 0, [1, 2, 8], 4.56] print(things)

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n=int(input("Enter your number=")) s=0 a=n while n>0: t=n%10 s=s+t n=n//10 print("\nSum of digit %i is =%i"%(a,s))