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

Narek Grigoryan
Narek Grigoryan
717 Points

name = ("narek") name = treehouse = ("Tree") + ("house") say you didn't use + sine. I dont understand ???? any hap

this is how i answer the quiz give Bummer use a + sine

2 Answers

Hi Narek,

You don't need the brackets around your strings - you can omit those, although they do no harm.

name = "Steve"
treehouse = "Tree" + "house"

You also need to separate your code onto two lines. And you are assigning the value "Tree" + "house" into the variable called treehouse - omit the name = that you have before it. Your code should look like the two lines above.

I hope that helps.


Narek Grigoryan
Narek Grigoryan
717 Points

thank you Sreve! its helps.