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--Create a function called sums that will prompt the user to enter integer values (either positive or negative). The function should keep separate running totals of the positive values and the negative values. The user should be allowed to continue entering values until he/she enters a zero to stop.

Here's what I got and it doesn't work

it just runs the loop under the first iteration, I'm confused as to what to do to correct itCode (Text):

number=int(raw_input("Enter and a positive or negative integer: "))

def sums(number):

while (number>0):

posnumber= int(raw_input("Enter another number or 0 to quit: " ))

number=number+posnumber

print "The positive total is", number

while (number<0):

negnumber=int(raw_input("Enter another number or 0 to quit: " ))

number=number+negnumber

print "The negative total is", number

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# Python loops with running total

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