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# My Solution.

https://w.trhou.se/mpiebxzscp

I did get halfway but then went wrong and started again, is this ok.
Plus I don't quite understand the last TODOs.

# string

The code in lines 11 to 22 satisfies the conditions in the TODOs in lines 24 to 31.

The TODO in lines 34 to 36 is asking you to define two variables, `is_fizz` and `is_buzz`, with the respective values of `number % 3 == 0` and `number % 5 == 0`.

The TODO in lines 39 to 40 is asking you to replace the conditions in the code from 11 to 22 with the variables `is_fizz` and `is_buzz`. For example, line 11 would become `if is_fizz and is_buzz:`

If `name` is `jas0n` and `number` is `0`, line 9, `print("Hello{}!".format(name)), ("The number {}..." .format(number))`, will print `Hellojas0n!` and also return `(None, 'The number 0...')`. To print both the name and the number, try moving the closing parenthesis of the print statement from before the `,` to the end of the line: `print("Hello{}!".format(name), ("The number {}..." .format(number)))`, which will then print out `Hellojas0n! The number 0...` all on one line. The TODO in lines 6 to 7 indicates that the statements should be separated by a line separator instead of the default space. You can change the separator to a new line character by adding `sep="\n"` as an argument to the print statement, such as `print("Hello{}!".format(name), ("The number {}..." .format(number)), sep="\n")` Alternately, you could use two print statements,

```print("Hello{}!".format(name))
print("The number {}..." .format(number))
```

since print statements end with a new line by default.