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I dont get what I need to do to pass this. I have declared a variable name = "Olle" and I have added "" around the 5
I dont get what I need to do to pass this. I have declared a variable name = "Olle" and I have added "" around the 5. And I still get an EOL error which should be impossible. Please let the user know what the expected output is. This is the first time i try tree house. But already stuck on super simple problem cause its super unclear what you want me to do. I fixed the code according to the python syntax but still get error when there shoulndt be one.
print("Hello") print(name) print("Let's do some math!") print(5 + "a") print("Thanks for playing along!')
Dave HarkerCourses Plus Student 15,510 Points
For this question, it's easier just to show the issues. You almost had them all .. nice work!
print("Hello") // no changes required name = "Dave" print(name) // had to declare and assign a 'name' variable print("Let's do some math!") // no changes required print("5" + "a") // add quotes around the integer print("Thanks for playing along!") // change single quote at end of string to double quote