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Python Python Basics (2015) Python for Beginners Create a variable

I made a variable with my name & reads that I'm wrong Nomad = " Angel " name = Angel

I made a variable with my name & reads that I'm wrong

Nomad = " Angel " name = Angel

variable.py
name = " Angel "

2 Answers

Your code passes. Are you typing anything other than this?

name = " Angel "
Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,984 Points

You have two different examples.

In your first one:

Nomad = " Angel "
name = Angel

... the problem is that Nomad is not part of the challenge, and Angel without the quotes is a variable name but the variable was never created.

As Alexander pointed out, the second example should pass:

name = " Angel "

But, even though it passes, you would not normally include spaces inside the quotes with the name unless special circumstances require it.