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Swenghk
December 19th, 2008, 02:39 AM
I was writing a script in Python and I need to know how to return to the top of a conditional statement without using the "continue." For example:


security = 0
username = ""
while not username:
username = raw_input("Username: ")

password = ""
while not password:
password = raw_input("Password: ")

if username == "seth" and password == "allen":
print "Welcome, Seth. Security level 5"
security = 5
elif username == "guest" and password == "guest":
print "Welcome guest. Security level 1"
security = 1
else:
print "Invalid login..."

I want to know how to return to the "Username: " prompt if you get an invalid login. Thanks!