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Python Python Basics (Retired) Ins & Outs Ins & Outs

just help

treehouse variable

name = ("Rowan")
var3 = ("treehouse")
var1 =("Tree")
var2 = ("house")

if name == "Rowan":
  print("Rowan loves his" + var3)

3 Answers

It's not clear where you need help, are you getting errors? Or the output is not a expected?

I just can't do it, I'm getting really annoyed, do it for me and I'll love your forever

Kenneth Love
Kenneth Love
Treehouse Guest Teacher

You're not able to pass it because you're not approaching it correctly. What do the instructions say to do? You have your name variable. The next step is a variable named treehouse where you combine two strings. Give that a try.