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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String Formatting

nicolas lopez
nicolas lopez
1,772 Points

Python Basics: String Formatting

This code does not work name="nicolas" subject="Treehouse loves {}" subject.format(name)

or this

name="nicolas" subject="Treehouse loves {}" .format(name)

subject="Treehouse loves {}"

1 Answer

Josh Hunt
Josh Hunt
3,572 Points

I tried this one again and they want you to put the .format(name) on the second line. So it'll look like this:

subject="Treehouse loves {}".format(name)

I hope this helps!