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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String concatenation

Christopher O'hara
Christopher O'hara
721 Points

Challenge task 2 of 2

I am currently on String concatenation and i am also a beginner.

https://teamtreehouse.com/library/python-basics/python-data-types/string-concatenation

I have tried various methods but to no success.

could anyone assist me with the correct code and possibly break it down for me ?

thanks

strings.py
name = "Chris"
subject = "Treehouse loves "
subject += "Chris"
subject = "Treehouse loves "
subject += (name)

1 Answer

Christopher O'hara
Christopher O'hara
721 Points

It's okay, the answer was literally staring me in the face on my workspace.

It needed to be : subject = "Treehouse loves " + (name)