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Python Django Basics Model Administration First app view

First app view

Someone please point out the mistake that i am making.

from django.http import HttpResponse

# Write your views here

from .models import Article

def article_list(request):
    return HttpResponse('There are {} articles').format(len(Article.objects.all()))

1 Answer

Chris Howell
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Chris Howell
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Hey Andrew Mlamba

So normally when you call .format() you call it on a str type. It looks like you chained your .format method against an HttpResponse object inside of the string contained inside it. ;)

Does that help?