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"Bummer! Didn't find all the "Hello"s.": why is it still showing this error?
why is the code incorrect?
hellos = [ "Hello", "Tungjatjeta", "Grüßgott", "Вiтаю", "dobrý den", "hyvää päivää", "你好", "早上好" ] for name in hellos: print ( name + "world" )
Michael Hulet47,869 Points
Overall, you clearly understand the concept that the challenge is trying to test you on, which is great. Good job! However, Treehouse challenges are a bit picky, so it's best to follow their instructions absolutely exactly. In this case, the challenge asks for the first statement printed to look like "
Hello World". However, if you run your code, the first output would be "
Helloworld". You just need to capitalize the "w" in "world" and add a space before it, and you should pass the challenge