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Danijel Nedeljkovic
Danijel Nedeljkovic
Courses Plus Student 1,306 Points

Hi guys, if i want in same this code to separate lines in console but to keep it in same line of code last "yell", how?

def yell(text):
    text = text.upper()
    number_of_characters = len(text)
    result = text + "!" * (number_of_characters // 4)

yell("You are doing great")
yell("Don't forget to ask for help")
yell(("Don't repeat yourself." .result), ("\nKeep things DRY"))

1 Answer

Chris Freeman
Chris Freeman
Treehouse Moderator 68,389 Points

If you include the newline character \n (a backslash followed by an n) in a string it will cause the text to split into two lines at that point.

Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!!