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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Tuples Stringcases

Marie Spreitzer
Marie Spreitzer
1,268 Points

Pls help me with my code:

Heyo,

I don't know why it's not working - I tried it out in my local terminal and it works just fine. Is it just not taking the answer because I coded it in a different way as they wanted to?

stringcases.py
def stringcases(string):
    result = []
    result.append(string.upper())
    result.append(string.lower())
    result.append(string.capitalize())
    result.append(string[::-1])
    final = tuple(result)
    return final

2 Answers

What are you trying to do?

Marie Spreitzer
Marie Spreitzer
1,268 Points

The task: Create a function named stringcases that takes a single string but returns a tuple of different string formats. The formats should be: All uppercase All lowercase Titlecased (first letter of each word is capitalized) Reversed There are str methods for all but the last one.

Unfornately I'm having the same problem as you with it not working with Treehouse's compiler, useless