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How to create a variable by combining two strings.

How to create a variable by combining two strings.

name.py
name = ('fredy')
name = ("tree"+"house")
manuel carmona
manuel carmona
Courses Plus Student 455 Points

I'm having the same problem, I'll try and find an answer and come back.

manuel carmona
manuel carmona
Courses Plus Student 455 Points

I'm having the same problem, I'll try and find an answer and come back.

2 Answers

jayj
jayj
2,515 Points

It looks correct to me!

name = ("tree"+"house")
print(name)
treehouse:~/workspace$ python test.py                                                            
treehouse           

Alternatively, you can do this.

name1 = "tree"
name2 = "house"
print(name1 + name2)
Jack Littlewood
Jack Littlewood
114 Points

Still stuck on this ...