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Python Python Basics Functions and Looping Raise an Exception

eishit jain
eishit jain
1,534 Points

i am not getting what the problem is in my code

suggestinator.py
def suggest(product_idea):
    if len.(product_idea) <= 3:
        raise ValueError("Are you sure you don't get it") 
    return product_idea + "inator"

1 Answer

Javi Caballero
Javi Caballero
5,295 Points

You're on the right track, and there are only two small issues:

  1. You don't want the equals sign

  2. You don't need the comment when you raise the value error

Fix those issues and you're good to go!