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I am attaching the code below.
Please resolve this ASAP.

What I have tried:

import pygame,sys
import random
screen = pygame.display.set_mode( (800,600) )

rectangle = pygame.Rect(400, 300, 60, 40)

clock = pygame.time.Clock()
while True:
    for event in pygame.event.get():
        if event.type == pygame.QUIT:

# Process Player Input
up = pygame.key.get_pressed() [pygame.K_UP]
down = pygame.key.het_pressed() [pygame.K_DOWN]
left = pygame.key.get_pressed() [pygame.K_LEFT]
right = pygame.key.get_pressed() [pygame.K_RIGHT]

#Updating game logic
if up:
    rectangle.y += -3
if down:
    rectangle.y += 3
if left:
    rectangle.x += -3
if right:
    rectangle.x += 3

if rectangle.x < 0:
    rectangle.x = 0
if rectangle.y < 0:
    rectangle.y = 0
if rectangle.x > screen.get_width() - rectangle.width:
    rectangle.x = screen.get_width() - rectangle.width
if rectangle.y > screen.get_height() - rectangle.height:
    rectangle.y = screen.get_height() - rectangle.height

screen.fill( (200,200,255) )
pygame.draw.rect(screen, (255,255,255), rectangle)

#Stimulate Some Delay
randDelay = random.randrange(randDelay)

Updated 19-May-22 5:05am

1 solution

Python execution starts at the top of the file, and proceeds down.
Indentation is significant: lines which are indented to the right are part of a different code block to the line above.

Your code starts with a loop, the only way out of which is to exit the program:
while True:
    for event in pygame.event.get():
        if event.type == pygame.QUIT:
So no code below that will ever be executed.
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