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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String concatenation

how do i add two variable?

name = "Dylan" subject = "Treehouse loves " subject + name

name = "Dylan"
subject = "Treehouse loves "
subject + name

1 Answer

You need to add a space when you're adding variables. Something like " " in between the two variables.

The error messages are a great first place to look for what you're doing wrong.