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Dexter Morales2,060 Points
It keeps telling me I am wrong, but from what I can tell it looks right.
Create a new function named just_right that takes a single argument, a string. If the length of the string is less than five characters, return "Your string is too short". If the string is longer than five characters, return "Your string is too long". Otherwise, just return True.
def just_right(word): if len(word) < 5: return("You're string is too short") elif len(word) > 5: return("You're string is too long") else: return True
John Lindsey15,641 Points
You used "you're" instead of "your". Other than that everything is correct.
Cindy LeaCourses Plus Student 6,497 Points
You have a typo. You used you're instead of your. Code should be like this:
def just_right(word): if len(word) < 5: return("Your string is too short") elif len(word) > 5: return("Your string is too long") else: return True