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Python Comparison Challenge

Challenge exercise solution! Any feedback?

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My bad, of course it was my first snapshot :p

let me know if is right the new one please!


2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,991 Points

You're close, but:

  • you need to do the more complex test (FizzBuzz) first or it won't ever be reached
  • the plain "else" at the end does not need (and should not have) a conditional expression
  • to be controlled by the "else", the "print" statement following it must be indented

I've already saw the solution and I understood what you mean Steven. The teacher made it more easy and the good thing is that I understand it haha. Now I really understand what you mean. Thanks!

Thanks a lot for your feedback! I was happy that the code runs, Iā€™m gonna se the solution to see how the teacher does it and thanks for the advice and to take time to reply me šŸ¤™