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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Use input()


I don't know where i am Wrong

age = input('What is your age?')

3 Answers

You forgot to put an extra space after your message.

The code challenge asked you to put an extra space after the message but in the string.

This is because if you run this code right now, the user is prompted like this with no extra space between their input and the computer message:

What's your age?30

This means you have to explicitly add a space in the string. If you run this code...

age = input("What's your age? ")

As you see, there's an extra space after the ?

It will have an extra space before the user input, as expected:

What's your age? 30

I hope you understand. ~Alex

Ohhh!! Yes, Thank you Very much, Alex!!!!!

Age= input("What is your age? """)