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Python

disemvowel I used other way to solve it but I am wondering why this code is not working

def disemvowel(word): word = list(word) vowels = ["aeiouAEIOU"]

for i in vowels:
    if i in word:
        word.remove(i)
    word1 = ' '.join(word)
return word1

1 Answer

It looks like you are using the .join() method within your loop, meaning it runs on every iteration. You only want it to run once, at the end, so try and move it out of the loop.