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How do you ask the user for a word and print out only the vowels contained in it.

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i've tried to do this with a for loop however have failed.
asked Dec 5, 2016 in Python by 14gregoryj (200 points)

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I remember that we had to do this for classwork. Maybe you should have tried figuring it out yourself since this is the work that would (Obviousley) got a grade for you I think wink

answered Feb 2 by 14cooksonj (690 points)
Have you tried using your flowchart as #comments first.   Perhaps you could post this if you get stuck at a point - and ask for help, rather than ask for the complete answer.

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