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Python Python Basics Types and Branching Comparisons

How is my age wrong

It says I have a type error

1 Answer

4,168 Points

without seeing your code or knowing what challenge you're on, it sounds like you ask for the user to input their age, correct? If so, it comes in as a string and you need to do

age = int(input("prompt here"))

to cast the input into an integer