# pset6- - greedy not printing, just returns the input! Please, help

``````import cs50

while True:

print ("O! Hail!, How Much Change Is Owed?")

n = cs50.get_float()

if n >= 0:

break

q = 25
q1 = 0
d = 10
d1= 0
ni = 5
ni1 = 0
p = 1

nocq = 0

nocd = 0

nocni = 0

nocp = 0

change = 0

count = 0

change = round (n * 100)

if change >= q:

q1 = change % q

nocq = round ((change - q1) / q)

count = nocq

if q1 >= d:

d1 = change % d

nocd = round ((q1 - d1) / d)

elif change < q and change >= d:

d1 = change % d

nocd = round ((change - d1) / d)

if d1 >= ni:

ni1 = change % ni

nocni = round((d1 - ni1) / ni)

elif change < d and change >= ni:

ni1 = change % ni

nocni = round ((change - ni1) / ni)

if q1 < d and q1 < ni:

q1 = p

if d1 < ni1:

d1 = p

elif change < q and change < d and change < ni:

change = p

count = nocq + nocd + nocni + p

print (count)

print ()
``````
• Commented Mar 30, 2017 at 13:11
• The answer from @curiouskiwi to your other question was absolutely correct. If a number greater-equal 0 is entered, it `break`s out of the `while` loop and the program ends. It doesn't even print the input, that's just on the screen from when it was typed in. Maybe it is an indent problem: all of the code after the `break` is part of the `while` loop. If you want it to execute after the break, it needs to be "outdented". Commented Mar 30, 2017 at 13:16
• @DinoCoderSaurus, please, what's outdented and how do I achieve (do) it and is it advised. Or what other condition can I use to keep it within the loop? Please, help! Thanks in anticipation. Commented Mar 30, 2017 at 13:44
• The lines after `break` should not be indented. They should be on the same "level" as the while. Commented Mar 30, 2017 at 13:55
• @DinoCoderSaurus, thanks, dear. SuperNovaCoder, just gave me the hint a while ago and I implemented it. It's printing now. Thanks, again. Commented Mar 30, 2017 at 14:08