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129 def handle_user_input(): 130 ''' 131 Prompts the user to input whether or not his/her error was solved. 132 Valid inputs are 'Y' and 'n'. 'Y' meaning the error was solved and 133 'f' meaning it wasn't solved. Otherwise, whatever the user entered 134 is used for a custom query. 135 136 Returns: True if 'Y' or False if 'f' was inputed; otherwise, returns 137 the raw user input (custom query). 138 ''' 139 140 user_input = input('Did this solve your error? (Y/n or custom query): ') 141 142 if user_input not in ('Y', 'n'): 143 return user_input 144 145 if user_input == 'Y': 146 return True 147 148 return False