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Python Python Basics Functions and Looping Raise an Exception

Basel Kanaan
Basel Kanaan
4,458 Points

can ik why i have a problem here

im sure i did everything right but im still getting 2 errors

suggestinator.py
def suggest(product_idea):
    if len.product_idea < 3:
    raise ValueError("product ideas are too short.")
    return product_idea + "inator"

def suggest(product_idea): if len(product_idea) < 3:

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,788 Points

When calling a function (like "len"), the name should be followed by parentheses and the argument(s) should be placed inside them.

And to be controlled by the "if" statement, the "raise" needs to be indented one more stop.