1 00:00:00,025 --> 00:00:05,040 Okay, we exit the loop and, well, I'll take into account, I guess, 2 00:00:05,040 --> 00:00:09,420 if there is a point or if there's not a period at the end we 3 00:00:09,420 --> 00:00:12,050 might have an exception, we'll take that into account. 4 00:00:12,050 --> 00:00:15,890 Then the, the code brings a new line, and then- 5 00:00:15,890 --> 00:00:18,410 >> But for, for, for the 31, 31, the commenter, 6 00:00:18,410 --> 00:00:21,546 are we assuming that we were going to search something here with the, 7 00:00:21,546 --> 00:00:24,137 the use of the word assert or is that just, is that a,- 8 00:00:24,137 --> 00:00:28,409 Well I know it was more like a note for myself that the count is 9 00:00:28,409 --> 00:00:33,537 a a blanks because that is the conditions that should be verified here, 10 00:00:33,537 --> 00:00:37,400 I mean I might, may make that into an assert later on. 11 00:00:37,400 --> 00:00:42,780 >> Weren't you for my own edification an amazing, these one, 12 00:00:42,780 --> 00:00:46,740 two, three, four, Four print lines in a row, 13 00:00:46,740 --> 00:00:50,100 tell me what you're expecting to see coming out of each of those. 14 00:00:50,100 --> 00:00:53,000 >> I'm just expecting to see well, some white space. 15 00:00:53,000 --> 00:00:53,840 >> That's about it. 16 00:00:53,840 --> 00:00:55,940 So the first one will be a blank plane. 17 00:00:55,940 --> 00:00:58,900 >> Yeah. Just, you know, to kind of put some distance between the list of. 18 00:00:58,900 --> 00:01:00,349 >> Okay, then the second one will. 19 00:01:00,349 --> 00:01:02,392 >> Let's just say the number of blank. 20 00:01:02,392 --> 00:01:03,222 >> Is. 21 00:01:03,222 --> 00:01:08,839 >> Is, blanks is and then print the number of blanks. 22 00:01:08,839 --> 00:01:09,781 >> Should be printing to a count. 23 00:01:09,781 --> 00:01:11,747 >> Yeah, no, you're right, it should. 24 00:01:11,747 --> 00:01:13,128 As I said, I mean, I was kind of kind of writing this in a hurry, and 25 00:01:13,128 --> 00:01:14,040 yeah, this should be, this should be count. 26 00:01:16,570 --> 00:01:17,661 >> And, it would be on the next line. 27 00:01:17,661 --> 00:01:19,079 >> Mm-hm. >> And, it would be on the next- 28 00:01:19,079 --> 00:01:20,968 >> It won't be width contiguous with the text. 29 00:01:20,968 --> 00:01:21,473 >> Yeah. 30 00:01:21,473 --> 00:01:23,040 >> Well hold up that, that's [CROSSTALK]. 31 00:01:23,040 --> 00:01:24,476 >> No, actually no. 32 00:01:24,476 --> 00:01:25,855 [INAUDIBLE] >> Oh, I'm sorry, print. 33 00:01:25,855 --> 00:01:27,510 >> [CROSSTALK] Couldn't we just combine all these into one. 34 00:01:27,510 --> 00:01:29,605 [CROSSTALK]. 35 00:01:29,605 --> 00:01:30,704 >> Yeah, I should probably, yeah. 36 00:01:30,704 --> 00:01:32,113 [CROSSTALK]. 37 00:01:32,113 --> 00:01:33,910 >> Couldn't we just combine all four of these into one? 38 00:01:33,910 --> 00:01:36,247 [INAUDIBLE]. 39 00:01:36,247 --> 00:01:41,425 >> Sure, we could use, you know, slash n and then, is slash n is >> Slash n. 40 00:01:41,425 --> 00:01:42,085 >> [CROSSTALK]. 41 00:01:42,085 --> 00:01:44,460 >> Sure, yeah, we could use slash n. 42 00:01:44,460 --> 00:01:48,090 Is that allowed in the kind of code standard that we use? 43 00:01:48,090 --> 00:01:50,390 >> You just told me there weren't any standards and so, yeah. 44 00:01:50,390 --> 00:01:51,898 >> This is just a little amusing. 45 00:01:51,898 --> 00:01:53,167 >> [CROSSTALK] much of, yeah. 46 00:01:53,167 --> 00:01:53,990 Mm-hm. 47 00:01:53,990 --> 00:01:56,825 >> Okay, so this can be connected, concatenated in one line, 48 00:01:56,825 --> 00:02:00,051 maybe, I thought that this was going to improve readability, but 49 00:02:00,051 --> 00:02:01,400 that's >> We don't have to use that. 50 00:02:01,400 --> 00:02:03,082 >> Maybe that's not, that's not the case. 51 00:02:03,082 --> 00:02:03,836 >> The other side of this, this paper. 52 00:02:03,836 --> 00:02:04,891 >> We have an extra log sheet. 53 00:02:04,891 --> 00:02:05,733 >> You going to run out of room? 54 00:02:05,733 --> 00:02:07,119 >> I got it. >> Okay, because,- 55 00:02:07,119 --> 00:02:09,193 >> I anticipated ahead that we would have many defects. 56 00:02:09,193 --> 00:02:11,209 >> Well, obviously, that's been the case. 57 00:02:11,209 --> 00:02:13,206 >> Maybe you're being too picky, but fine. 58 00:02:13,206 --> 00:02:17,120 >> It looks like dogs barks, repetition precedes it. 59 00:02:17,120 --> 00:02:18,190 [LAUGH]. >> Well let's continue for now.