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Daniel BenistiFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 22,224 Points
so it was harder then i thought , i need help
def disemvowel(word): try: a = word.split(',') a.remove("a") ",".join(a) except ValueError: pass return a
Steven Parker225,742 Points
Here's a few hints: def disemvowel(word): try: a = word.split(',') a.remove("a") ",".join(a) except ValueError: pass return a
- the argument will be a single word, you won't need to "split" it
- you can do this without converting to a list, but if you still want to just use the "list" function
- if you re-join a list back into a string, remember to assign it to a variable or return it directly
- you'll probably need a loop of some kind to handle all the vowels (just "a" is not enough)
- you won't need "try" or "except" for this task