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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types Specific Index value

Alex Durham
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Alex Durham
Courses Plus Student 456 Points

index value

it says the index value of 5 needs to be "t" why is this not correct?

index.py
varl = "Alextt"

2 Answers

Chris Freeman
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Chris Freeman
Treehouse Moderator 67,989 Points

Typo: It looks like you are using varL instead of varONE.

Cole Wilson
Cole Wilson
7,413 Points

python is zero based indexing. So 'A' is index 0, 'l' is index 1 ... the first t is at index '4'.

Alex Durham
Alex Durham
Courses Plus Student 456 Points

so then the second "t" would be an index of 5 correct?

Alex Durham
Alex Durham
Courses Plus Student 456 Points

i even tried "Alexxt" and it will no except that