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Jonathan Endersby9,807 Points
How do you make an argument a string?
Cannot pass this task. How do i make the argument a string?
def just_right(str): if len(str) in just_right < 5: print("Your string is too short") else: print("Your string is too long")
def just_right(str1): if len(str1) < 5: return "Your string is too short" elif len(str1) > 5: return "Your string is too long" else: return True
You should return values and not print them. Nr. 1 mistake at treehouse