here is my code:

# Use break to stop collecting when totalGold >= 25.

totalGold = 0
while True:
coin = hero.findNearestItem()
if coin and totalGold >= 25:
# Pick up the coin.
hero.moveXY(coin.pos.x, coin.pos.y)
# Add the coin’s value to totalGold.
# Get its value with: coin.value
totalGold += coin.value
pass
if totalGold >= 25:
# This breaks out of the loop to run code at the bottom.
# The loop ends, code after the loop will run.
break

# Done collecting gold!

hero.moveXY(58, 33)

# Go to Naria and say how much gold you collected.

hero.say(totalGold)

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to post your code, press a button that looks like

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ok like this?

# Use break to stop collecting when totalGold >= 25.

totalGold = 0
while True:
coin = hero.findNearestItem()
if coin and totalGold >= 25:
# Pick up the coin.
hero.moveXY(coin.pos.x, coin.pos.y)
# Add the coin’s value to totalGold.
# Get its value with: coin.value
totalGold += coin.value
pass
if totalGold >= 25:
# This breaks out of the loop to run code at the bottom.
# The loop ends, code after the loop will run.
break

# Done collecting gold!

hero.moveXY(58, 33)

# Go to Naria and say how much gold you collected.

hero.say(totalGold)

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You did it partially, you need to put the code here:

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Try putting the break inside of here

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yes it is like that already

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Sorry it is hard for me to read unformatted code

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Found the problem instead of this

do this

``````totalGold = totalGold + coin.value
``````

Your code didn’t work since you didn’t define totalGold. I hope this helps.

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@darklord999, shouldn’t totalGold be less than 25? If your gold is 0, the code won’t run at all. Also, keeping `totalGold += coin.value` is fine, it still adds the coin’s value.

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He is right it can’t be greater than 30 but he has to get 25 but if you have 24 and the nearest coin gives you 2 gold you get stuck and you code won’t run. But if you put that greater sign it is saying it okay to get 1 more coin to get 25 and less than 30.

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