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FABIAN TRUJILLO878 Points
need help, please.
this is how i have my text 1 first_name="Ada" 2 print('first_name')
3 print("Hello, Fabian") 4 print("Fabian is learning Python") and when i run it on the console using the file name this is what shows "bash: helly.py: command not found" can anyone tell me why? and yes i did remember to save the file anytime i make cahnges.
Steven Parker210,872 Points
Is your file actually named "helly.py" or is that a typo? (a more typical name would be "hello.py")
And don't put variable names inside quotes. Quotes are for literal strings. So in this case, it will print out "first_name" instead of "Ada".