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# i dont know whats wrong in this logic

how do i multiply strings with integers?

MOD

It's as simple as:

```string = 'Hi ' * 5
```

The 5 would be replaced by the argument `count` inside a function

STAFF

Sahil;

First, let me say "Welcome to Treehouse!"

Typically when you want to ask a code related question in the forum it helps if you post the code you are using, even if it doesn't work, so that others can see how you are attempting to solve the issue.

To your question though, in Python you can multiply strings and integers by doing `string_value * integer_value` and that will return the `string_value`, `integer_value` times. For example:

```def print_hi(count):
print("Hi " * count)

print_hi(5)
```

Would yield: `Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi`

Post back if you still have questions.

Happy coding,
Ken

"Hi"*4 would be "HiHiHiHi". That's what they mean by multiplying a string.

```def printer(count):
print("Hi"*count)
```

Brendan's code passes - the code from the other people who answered does not.