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# Disemvowel.py Code below always returns a string with now vowels....Not sure what is wrong?

def disemvowel(word): words = word.lower() words = list(words) vowels = ['a','i','e','o','u'] li = [] for i in words: if i in vowels: continue else: li.append(i) new = ','.join(li) return new

disemvowel.py
```def disemvowel(word):
words = word.lower()
words = list(words)
vowels = ['a','i','e','o','u']
li = []
for i in words:
if i in vowels:
continue
else:
li.append(i)
new = ','.join(li)
return new
```

You're returning a string with commas between each letter. Try

```"".join(li)
# rather than
",".join(li)
```

.join will join each item in a list with whatever is in the quotes, empty quotes (no space) will put literally nothing between each item of the list and return as a string.

You may also want to, instead of

```word = word.lower()

# you might want to try
if i.lower() in vowels
```

So if any capital letters are passed in the argument, they will be returned as capital letters.