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# I have no idea what is wrong. Code works fine in workspaces. Can anybody help me , please ?

def find_words(count, data): list1=[] list2 =[] count = int(count) list1 = re.findall(r'\w+', data) for item in list1 : if len(item) >= count : list2.append(item) list2.insert(0,count) print(list2)

word_length.py
```import re

# EXAMPLE:
# >>> find_words(4, "dog, cat, baby, balloon, me")
# ['baby', 'balloon']
def find_words(count, data):
list1=[]
list2 =[]
count = int(count)
list1 = re.findall(r'\w+', data)
for item in list1 :
if len(item) >= count :
list2.append(item)
list2.insert(0,count)
print(list2)
```

should be string in place of data, but this don't fix problem.

STAFF

Hi! The challenge is asking you to return the list not print it. Also, it only wants the words, but you've inserted the count at the beginning of the list which is also causing an issue.

```def find_words(count, data):
list1=[]
list2 =[]
count = int(count)
list1 = re.findall(r'\w+', data)
for item in list1 :
if len(item) >= count :
list2.append(item)
# list2.insert(0,count)
# print(list2)
return list2
```

Example shows count at the beginning of the list that's why I inserted it there . Thank you very much for help . :)

Ah, I see! Let me break that down for you:

```# EXAMPLE:
# This part of the example is showing the function call to show you an example
# of the info your function will be receiving
# >>> find_words(4, "dog, cat, baby, balloon, me")

# This is the output from the function, or what your function should return
# ['baby', 'balloon']
```

All right, i got it now . Thanks for explanation . :)