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Vikramjeet Singh565 Points
any ideas how to get rid of error?
def suggest(product_idea): return product_idea + "inator" product_idea = input("Enter product idea name ? \n") if len(product_idea) >= 3: suggest(product_idea) else: raise ValueError("Are you sure you don't get it?")
Steven Parker217,573 Points
Here's a few hints:
- all code that is part of a function must be indented more than the "def" line
- all logic code must come before the
return(anything after is ignored)
- the argument is being passed in, so you don't need to
- the method should not call itself (that could cause a never-ending loop!)
- you only need to add 2 lines for this (the test, and the conditional raise)