multiple lines of input.

I can no get this part 4) Using a loop, extend the program to handle multiple lines of input. Continue until the user enters q to quit.

here is my code

comma = ‘,’

no_string = ‘q’

user_input = 0

comma = ‘,’

while True:

   user_input = input(“Enter input string: “)

   if user_input == ‘q’:

      break

   if comma not in user_input:

       print(“nError: No comma in string.”)

   if not comma in user_input:

       continue

   else: 

       my_token = user_input.split(comma)

       first_word = my_token[0]

       first_word = first_word.strip()

       print(‘nFirst word: {0}’.format(first_word))

       second_word = my_token[1]

       second_word = second_word.strip()

       print(‘Second word: {0}’.format(second_word) + “nn”)

**** Problem *******

(1) Prompt the user for a string that contains two strings separated by a comma. (1 pt)

  • Examples of strings that can be accepted:
  • Jill, Allen
  • Jill , Allen
  • Jill,Allen

Ex:

Enter input string: Jill, Allen

(2) Report an error if the input string does not contain a comma. Continue to prompt until a valid string is entered. Note: If the input contains a comma, then assume that the input also contains two strings. (2 pts)

Ex:

Enter input string: Jill Allen
Error: No comma in string.
Enter input string: Jill, Allen

(3) Using string splitting, extract the two words from the input string and then remove any spaces. Output the two words. (2 pts)

Ex:

Enter input string: Jill, Allen
First word: Jill
Second word: Allen

(4) Using a loop, extend the program to handle multiple lines of input. Continue until the user enters q to quit. (2 pts)

Ex:

Enter input string: Jill, Allen
First word: Jill
Second word: Allen


Enter input string: Golden , Monkey
First word: Golden
Second word: Monkey


Enter input string: Washington,DC
First word: Washington
Second word: DC


Enter input string: q

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