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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String Formatting

Preston Gilmore
Preston Gilmore
1,318 Points

Another problem with Treehouse...Already. It seems task 1 is not passing to task two. Task two is correct.

format for task one. name = "Preston"

format for task two. subject = "Treehouse loves {}" subject.format(name))

name = "Preston"
subject = "Treehouse loves {}"

1 Answer

Hey preston, there is a problem with your code. Specifically the .format() method. You should use it directly in the string. Like this:

name = 'Preston'
subject = 'Treehouse loves {}'.format(name)