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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types Del

Jeff Kwon
Jeff Kwon
534 Points

'Naming Things' challenge Python Course, Need help total = "current_count + upcoming_release"

i put this:

total = "current_count + upcoming_release"

why is that incorrect?

current_count = 14
planned = 5
upcoming_releases = 2
del planned
total = "current_count + upcoming_releases"

1 Answer

12,964 Points

Hi Jeff! Don't worry your problem is simple. Delete the quote marks from around "current_count + upcoming_releases" and your code should work just fine. :) The quotation marks make it a string. Hope this helps. :)