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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Dictionaries Dictionary Basics

I cant get this ryt check my code

Please take a look

dicts.py
player = {"name": "perfect", "remaining_lives": 3, "levels": ["1",2,3,4"] "items": {"tino":"pythonista"}}

1 Answer

Michael Hulet
Michael Hulet
47,843 Points

In general, your code here looks pretty solid. Great job! Do you see how in this post, the syntax highlighting gets all wonky towards the end, though? That's because you began a string without ending it. You have an extra set of quotation marks (") where they don't need to be. Given the syntax highlighting you see, do you think you can find it?

Hint: The values in the "levels" list should all be ints, and not strings