sally chen895 Points
I keep getting a TypeError: 'str' object is not callable. How can I fix the code? Thanks.
""" This is importing a function named `tweet` from a file that we unfortunately don't have access to change. You use it like so: >>> tweet("Hello this is my tweet") If the function cannot connect to Twitter, the function will raise a `CommunicationError` If the message is too long, the function will raise a `MessageTooLongError` """ from twitter import ( tweet, MessageTooLongError, CommunicationError, ) message = input("What would you like to tweet? ") try: tweet(message) except CommunicationError: print("An error occurred attempting to connect to Twitter. Please try again!") try: message(42) except MessageTooLongError as err: print("Oh no! Your message was too long (...)".format(err))
Steven Parker205,354 Points
Since "message" is created with an "input", it contains a string. Then "
message(42)" is interpreted by the system as an attempt to call the string, which is not allowed.
But you don't need a second "try" at all, because one "try" can have multiple "except" statements follow it.
And one other thing: where the instructions have "..." they don't want actual dots, but they want you to insert the captured "except" message there.