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Python Functions, Packing, and Unpacking Getting Info In and Out of Functions Functions with Arguments and Returns

AssertionError: None != 'Hello Ashley' : Whoops, it looks like the string ? This is the error iam getting

def hello_student(name): print("Hello" + name)

hello_student('carlos')

creating_functions.py
def hello_student(name):
    print ("Hello" + name)



hello_student('Carlos')

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,274 Points

The entire message you get is "Bummer: AssertionError: None != 'Hello Ashley' : Whoops, it looks like the string returned from your function is incorrect. Double check spelling and make sure there is a space between words in the returned string."

So one issue is that there needs to be a space with "Hello " so the name won't be right against it.

The other issue is that the instructions said "This function should return one value, ...". but this code is "print"ing it instead (you don't need to print anything for this challenge).