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how to combine "Tree " and "House" into a variable .

Seems really simple but I can't get it . I've watched the video a couple times. Still not sinking in..

name = 'jon'
treehouse=var1 + var2

1 Answer

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Hi Jon,

Instead of combining var1 and var2 you can simply just add the two string together at the time of creating the variable. For example

hello = "Hello" + "World" 

Your way will still get the job done, but the task won't accept that for some reason.

Hope this helped. If you have any other questions let me know,



Looks like I was wrong, the task will accept your code just instead of having a capital "H" when creating var2 change to a lowercase.

name = 'jon'
var1 = "Tree"
var2 = "house"
treehouse = var1 + var2

got it! thanks