```
print("================")
print("Area Calculator")
print("================")
base = 0
height = 0
length = 0
width = 0
area = 0
pie = 3.14
shape = 0
print("1) Triangle\n2) Rectangle\n3) Sqaure\n4) Circle\n5) Quit")
shape = int(input("Please type the number of the shape you would like to know the area of here: "))
while shape > 4 or shape < 1:
print("Inccorect input")
shape = int(input("Please type the number of the shape you would like to know the area of here: "))
else:
print("continue")
if (shape == 1):
base = int(input("base:"))
height = int(input("Height:"))
area = base * height / 2
print(area)
elif (shape == 2):
length = int(input("Length:"))
width = int(input("Width:"))
area = length * width
print(area)
elif (shape == 3):
side = int(input("Side:"))
area = side **2
print(area)
elif (shape == 4):
radius = int(input("Radius:"))
area = pie * radius **2
print(area)
else:
print("Something went wrong")
```

I want the user to be able to find the area of another shape after their first.

I know I can do something like this at the end

if not input("play again").lower() == "y":

but not sure how to start it, having a loop inside another loop through me off. Thanks for the help!

Quite simply by wrapping the whole thing is a loop and breaking out of the loop when the input is

`5`

for "Quit".Of course, you probably want to break some of this up into smaller functions.