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Please help. Having trouble with the return function.
the code is supposed to "return" the message in quotes depending on the length of the string. otherwise it returns True. i have tried using PRINT instead of return, and it's still not working.
def just_right(string): for item in string: if len(item) < 5: return("Your string is too short") elif len(item) > 5: return("Your string is too long") else: return True
Antonio De Rose20,882 Points
def just_right(string): for item in string: if len(item) < 5: return("Your string is too short") elif len(item) > 5: return("Your string is too long") else: return True # your logic is fine, except for a just one place, # your for loop is redundant, you have to take that loop out # the scenario, not the question does not have ask for it