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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Loop

Noah Harness
Noah Harness
1,383 Points

"Oh no!" Comm problem

I have been trying to submit my answer to this challenge but it won't submit the answer. Was wondering if anyone else has or is currently experiencing this issue and how to resolve it.

hellos = [
    "dobrý den",
    "hyvää päivää",
for words in hellos:
    hellos += "World"

1 Answer

Ronald Tse
Ronald Tse
5,798 Points

You're very close!

Basically there are 2 mistakes

  1. inside the for loop, you should use "words" instead of the list "hellos". For the same reason, you should print words instead of hellos.

    words += "World"
  2. You should add a space at the beginning of the World, otherwise you will get "HelloWorld" instead of "Hello World".