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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Loop

for loops

can't figure it out

hellos = [
    "dobrý den",
    "hyvää päivää",
    "早上好" ]

for words in hellos:
    print('word' + 'World')

3 Answers

I figured it out, I was missing the space before the word world.

and the s on words.

Neil, you're very close:

for hello in hellos:
  print(hello + " world")

Here I use hello for the variable. You create words but never use it. You probably meant to have words instead of word here: print('word' + 'World'), instead of 'word'. Note that you cannot quote the loop variable, even when you spell it right.

You are using "words" and then printing 'word'. Change words to word and remove the ' from the 'word' in print to print the variable instead of 'word'

for word in hellos:
    print(word + 'World')