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Python Python Basics (2015) Python for Beginners Correct errors

Vygandas Razhas
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Vygandas Razhas
Courses Plus Student 2,422 Points

I know you can't add a string to a number, so i changed that. What am I doing wrong? syntax error?

What am I doing wrong for this challenge? Can someone help elaborate?

errors.py
print("Hello")
name = 'Vega Rogers'
print(name)

print("Let's do some math!")

print(str(5) + "a")

print("Thanks for playing along!')

1 Answer

Wade Williams
Wade Williams
24,476 Points

You're very close! Your issue appears to be the last line:

# Starts with " ends with '
print("Thanks for playing along!')

# Change to
print("Thanks for playing along!")