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Brandon Galde12,741 Points
I don't know which case is not returning correctly
I fail this challenge with error: Bummer! Didn't get back all of the right cases!
I get all uppercase with arg.upper(), all lowercase with arg.lower(), titlecase with arg.capitalize(), and reversed with ''.join.([arg(x) for x in range(0, len(x)).reversed()]).
I have also tried the reversed method with t = list(arg); t.reversed(); str(t) (or even ''.join(t). So I'm not understanding what is failing here. (and I am returning a tuple).
def stringcases(arg): return arg.upper(), arg.lower(), arg.capitalize(), ''.join([arg[x] for x in range(0, len(arg)).__reversed__()])
Umesh Ravji42,386 Points
Hi Brandon, the reversing is fine, its the capitalize function that isn't giving you what you want. There's a small difference between capitalize and title functions, and there most likely strings with spaces in them, giving you the incorrect results using capitalize.