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Got k * * * * * * @ t e a m t r e e h o u s e . c o m Whats wrong?


from flask import Flask, render_template

app = Flask(__name__)

def index():
    class User:
        email = None
    user = User()
    user.email = 'kenneth@teamtreehouse.com'
    return render_template('user.html', user=user)
{% macro hide_email(User) %}
{{ User.email[0] }}
{% for item in User.email[1:User.email.index('@')] %}
      {{ '*' }}
{% endfor %}
{% for item in User.email[User.email.index('@'):] %}
      {{ item }}
{% endfor %}
{% endmacro %}

2 Answers

Bart Bruneel
Bart Bruneel
27,212 Points

Hello Roman,

this challenge is a tricky one. You've got to escape all the spaces between the characters by putting minus signs in your template, as follows.

{%- for item in User.email[1:User.email.index('@')] -%}

The minus signs are needed before and after every percentage mark of your macro. Here you can find more information: