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Python Technical Interview Prep: Python Basics Basic Python Take Me Out To The Ball Game

Danielle Murray
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Danielle Murray
Python Development Techdegree Student 4,948 Points

I'm struggle to get my code to print out Let's go, Kansas City Royals. Let's go!

Hi Please could you help me

My code puts Kansas CityRoyals as one thing and doesn't seperate them.

formatting.py
def cheer (city, teamname):
    return ("Let's go, " + city + teamname + ". Let's go!")
cheer ("Kansas City", "Royals")

1 Answer

Jason Anders
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Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,547 Points

HI Danielle Murray

You're on the right track, but you also need to concatenate a space between the city and the name. You do that the same way as the variables or the string parts, so just add...

def cheer (city, teamname):
    return ("Let's go, " + city + " " + teamname + ". Let's go!")
cheer ("Kansas City", "Royals")

Nice work! :) :dizzy: