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Aleksandra Laska5,343 Points
I do not understand what is wrong with this code :(
Can you please help me ?
def disemvowel(word): return word word.upper() word.remove("A", "E", "I", "O", "U")
Darryl Mah5,492 Points
Be careful with your return statement, based on its placement the other two lines of your function won’t run, remember that your function ends once it hits the return statement.
Good idea moving all the letters to uppercase. However, idk if this is how treehouse wants you to return the string. For example they might want to return “Hello World” back as “Hll Wrld” versus “HLL WRLD”.
For your .remove method, this only removes items from a list and not characters from a string. If you want to use this method you could put all the characters into an array, with a for in loop, and then call this method on the array. The put back together the array of letters into a string.
If you had access to re (regular expressions) it could make things simpler with the .sub method.
Hope these tips help! :)