What is wrong with my code?

import math as m
import numpy as py
x=‘Hii Dude’
print(x.center(60))
print()
x=‘Do u need any help’
print(x.center(60))
x=input('answer (yes/no) : ')
print()
y=‘yes’
l=‘no’
if x==y:

q='Okay choose from given options'
print(q.center(60))
print("\n1  :  Square of a number \n2  :  Cube of a number \n3  :  Power of a number \n4  :  Square root of a number \n5  :  Odd numbers between a and b\n6  :  Even numbers between a and b\n7  :  Prime numbers between a and b\n8  :  Greatest integer function \n9  :  Simple addition and substraction \n10 :  Sum of numbers between a and b \n11 :  Table of a number\n12 :  Reminder upon dividing\n")
o=int(input("answer   (1,12)  :  "))
print()
if o==1:
		x=int(input("Enter the number whose square has to be calculated  :  "))
		print()
		y=x**2
		print('Result  :  ',y)
elif o==2:
		x=int(input("Enter the number whose cube has to be calculated  :  "))
		print()
		y=x**3
		print('Result  :  ',y)
elif o==3:
		x=int(input("Enter the base number  :  "))
		print('\n')
		y=int(input("Enter power of   : "))
		z = x**y
		print('\n')
		print('Result : ',z)
elif o==4:
		x=int(input("Enter the number whose squareroot has to be calculated : "))
		y=m.sqrt(x)
		print()
		print('Result : ',y)
elif o==5:
		x=int(input("Enter number a  : "))
		print()
		y=int(input("Enter number b  : "))
		print()
		for z in range(x,y+1):
			if z%2 !=0:
				print(z,end=",")
		print()
elif o==6:
		x=int(input("Enter number a  : "))
		print()
		y=int(input("Enter number b  : "))
		print()
		for z in range(x,y+1):
			if z%2==0:
				print(z,end=",")
		print()
elif o==7:
	x= int(input("Enter lower : "))  
	y= int(input("Enter upper : "))  

	for z in range(x,y + 1):  
   	if z > 1:  
 	    for i in range(2,z):  
		       if (z % i) == 0:  
      		      break
  	   else:  
	  	     print(z) 

elif x==l:
q=‘Okay’
print(q.center(60))

else:
q=‘Wrong input’
print(q.center(60))

print()
p=’------------------- Program Finished -------------------’
print(p.center(60))

Unless you expect us to edit your code with Photoshop, please don’t post
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code from scratch, and using a screenshot makes it difficult, or
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Thank you.

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Could you please include the error message? It is harder to debug when the error is not given. Also, what version of python are you using?