The answers I found to other questions were not helpful
while 1 == 1: do = raw_input('What would you like to do?')
In the above example you can see that the code is meant to make something loop forever, for example:
if do == 'x': print 'y' elif do == 'z': print 'a'
So this 'if' statement has been carried out and I want the 'raw_input' to be carried out again so that the person can enter something else and the program goes on again. I would not like to put the entire program in a While True: program or a while 1 != 2: statement.Just clean syntax. Thanks!