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Curtis Weale989 Points
the aim of my code it to remove vowels from a an iterable , but keep getting a tab error.Did I write the code wrong for the task at hand.
def disemvowel(word): vowels = ['a','e','i','o','u','A','E','I','O','U'] if vowels in word : try: del word in vowels except ValueError: pass return word
Steven Parker225,769 Points
When I try it, I get a syntax error on this line:
del word in vowels
But that's not the only issue. I'd expect you will want to create a loop so that you can check each letter of the word one at a time. The you can remove only those that are vowels. But be aware that removing items from an iterable while it is controlling a loop can cause other items to get skipped over, so you may want to use a copy as the iterable.