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Python Django Basics Model Administration First app view

I believe your valdiator is incorrect, I have submitted multiple answers are correct to this question and they all fail.

I believe your validator is incorrect for this answer. This is my 3rd solution, first one is much more compact see below

def article_list(request): return HttpResponse('There are '+len(Article.objects.all())+' articles')

None "CHECK"

from django.http import HttpResponse

from .models import Article

def article_list(request):
    articles = Article.objects.all()
    output = 'There are '+len(articles)+' articles.'
    return HttpResponse(output)

1 Answer

Chris Freeman
Chris Freeman
Treehouse Moderator 68,423 Points

You are very close! The len() function returns an integer. To concatenate it with a string, convert using str() first: