Below is the wording from the problem in Automate the Boring Stuff book. The bold text leads me to believe that I should be checking for a streak and not multiple streaks within each experiment of 100 flips. With that assumption in mind, I would appreciate any feedback on my solution and comments to the problem posted below. I'm a beginner and have only included code that I have learned up to this point in the book.
Write a program to find out how often a streak of six heads or a streak of six tails comes up in a randomly generated list of heads and tails. Your program breaks up the experiment into two parts: the first part generates a list of randomly selected 'heads' and 'tails' values, and the second part checks if there is a streak in it. Put all of this code in a loop that repeats the experiment 10,000 times so we can find out what percentage of the coin flips contains a streak of six heads or tails in a row.
# importing the randint function from the random module from random import randint # creating variables for the number of streaks, current streak and coin flip results numberOfStreaks = 0 streak = 0 results =  # creating a loop that repeats the experiment 10,000 times for experimentNumber in range(10000): # first part of the experiment- 100 coin flips using randint # for loop that specifies a range of 100 flips for i in range(100): # using the append method to add flip outcome to the results variable results.append(randint(0, 1)) # second part of the experiment- checks flip results for a streak # for loop where the range is equal to the length of the results variable for i in range(len(results)): # if statement for the first flip to start the streak if i == 0: # augmented assignment operator used for consistency streak += 1 # else if statement to check for repeating values # checks if the current indexed value is equal to the indexed value before it elif results[i] == results[i - 1]: # if the values are the same, the streak increases streak += 1 # else statement for when it's not the first flip or a repeating value else: # resets the streak streak = 1 # if statement for when the streak reaches 6 if streak == 6: # registers a streak of six numberOfStreaks += 1 # takes the string down to 0 after has hit 6 streak -= 6 # breaks the loop after a streak has come up break # resets the results list for the next expirementNumber results =  # find out what percentage contains a streak of six heads or six tails in a row print('Chance of streak: %s%%' % (numberOfStreaks / 100))