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Harold FloresPython Development Techdegree Student 2,440 Points
Create a function called reverse. It will take 1 parameter, a string. For example: 'treehouse' Your function will nee
Need help with my code im getting the error Bummer: Return the list instead of printing it.
# enter your code below def reverse (treehouse): return treehouse[::-1] mytxt = reverse("treehouse") print(mytxt)
Steven Parker210,423 Points
The instructions only ask you to create the function, not to call it or print out the results.
Just remove that last 2 lines and you'll pass.