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I am writing the corect code for 3rd answer but it is asking me to go back to 1st answer and showing that it doesn't exi

My 1st and 2nd answers are correct and when m trying to run the code for 3rd one,it is asking me to go back to 1st one.

age = 25
print (str(age))

days = str(age*52*7)

summary = str(days)
print "I am" + summary + "days old!"

1 Answer

Dan Johnson
Dan Johnson
40,532 Points

Usually when an earlier task that was passing fails later in the challenge, it's from a syntax error. In this case it's probably from this line:

print "I am" + summary + "days old!"

In the more recent versions of Python, using print without parentheses is no longer allowed.

The challenge is just looking for the variable summary to be set properly to the string so you can get rid of all the calls to print and remove the cast to a string on days

I really appreciate your help. Thanks so much.