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Justin LeeCourses Plus Student 593 Points
can't figure this out, help.
not sure what's wrong
def just_right(five): five =  if len(five) < 5: print("Your string is too short") elif len(five) > 5: print("Your string is too long") else: return True
Brett McGregorCourses Plus Student 1,903 Points
Hey Justin Lee
I'm still pretty new to Python so my advice is a little sketchy...
The thing that stood out to me in your code was where you make
five into a list.
do you need a list to get the required output? What does your initiation of that list do with the source data?
Keep it up!
 I also notice that the question asks you to
return rather than