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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String Formatting

Terry Smith
Terry Smith
384 Points

Don't know what is wrong with this code

This code seems ok in workspace but it won't accept it in the test.

name = "Terry"

subject = "Treehouse loves {}" .format(name)

You should add a space after curly brackets. subject = "Treehouse loves {} " .format(name)

2 Answers

Terry Smith
Terry Smith
384 Points

it was just just the space between " and .format.

Thanks everyone for the help!