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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String concatenation

name='sha' subject='Treehouse loves' print(subject + name)

code not working

strings.py
name='sha'
subject='Treehouse loves'
print(subject + name)

1 Answer

Jennifer Nordell
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Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

Hi Sha Sud ! You're on the right track. I see you understand concatenation. However, the challenge doesn't want you to print anything. And it wants the subject variable to contain the string literal and the value of the name variable. Currently, your subject only contains "Treehouse loves". By the way, you're also missing a space. If you were to print that out right now, it'd say "Treehouse lovessha" instead of "Treehouse loves sha". Take a look at how close you are! :sparkles:

name='sha'
subject='Treehouse loves ' + name

Good luck!

Hello Jennifer! Thank u now the code is working.