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Python Python Basics Functions and Looping Raise an Exception

Am I even close to being on the right track?

Please see my code. Am I even close to being on the right track?

suggestinator.py
def suggest(product_idea):
    return product_idea + "inator"
if (len(product_idea)) < 3:
    raise ValueError("Oops! Product names less than 3 characters will not be accepted")

1 Answer

The code you added is correct. But it should be indented and come before your return statement

Thanks Kris! That makes total sense. I'm loving the "inator" reference from "Phineas and Ferb." I'm hoping that's where it's from because I love watching that show with the kiddos. I wish it was still playing and we didn't have to keep watching reruns. :)