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how do you create a variable name treehouse by combining the two strings tree and house

help please

name = "adrianne brownin

Combining two strings is called "concatenation," and in python, it's really simple! You just use the plus sign ("+") between two strings, like this:

combinedString = "string1" + "string2"

Make sure you're following PEP8 standards so there aren't errors due to formatting!

trevor currie that doesnt not work


3 Answers

William Li
William Li
Courses Plus Student 26,867 Points

This challenge is very specific, and you need to do exactly what it asked.

  • a variable named treehouse
  • two strings "Tree" and "house".
  • combined these two strings and assign the value to the variable
name = "adrianne brownin"
treehouse = "Tree" + "house"

that didn't work thanks

treehouse = "tree" + "house"