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Oszkár Fehér
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Oszkár Fehér
Treehouse Project Reviewer

I don't really understand why it's not ok

please somebody can explain what i am doing wrong here

class Treehouse:
    def student(self, name):
        """Gives a pleasent message about the student.
        name -- the name of the student
        returns a string with the name
        return '{} is a great Treehouse student!'.format(name)

1 Answer

Jon Hockley
Jon Hockley
3,781 Points

It needs to match exactly that string to pass the test. Put it on one line without the additional text you have added for parameters (your spelling of 'pleasant' is also incorrect).

It's very pendantic!