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Python Python Basics Types and Branching Strings and Operators

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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So if you already displayed "Chocolate and marshmallows”, then yes, you should be able to save it in the variable by entering "dessert = _" (parentheses not needed). I tried it to confirm and it worked.

Myranda Rawley
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Myranda Rawley
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The previous string was “Chocolate and marshmallows” I was thinking since _ replicates the previous string that then I assign dessert to the string I could Dessert = (_)