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Stanislav Bezoliuk
Stanislav Bezoliuk
1,794 Points

Question Fizzbuzz challenge

name= input(" Please enter your name: ") number= int(input ("Please enter a number: "))

print= ("Hey, {} !\n The number {} ...".format(name, number))

is_buzz= number % 5==0 is_fizz= number % 3==0

if is_buzz and is_fizz: print (number, " is a fizzbuzz number")

elif is_buzz != True and is_fizz: print (number," is a fizz number") elif is_buzz and is_fizz!=True: print (number, "is a Buzz") else: print (" {} is neither fizzy or a buzzy number".format(number))


File "hello.py", line 15, in <module>
print (number, "is a Buzz")
TypeError: 'str' object is not callable

Can you explane what do i wrong?

2 Answers

This is the culprit:

print= ("Hey, {} !\n The number {} ...".format(name, number))

I assume that, the equals sign was a mistake. If not, bear in mind that you shouldn't name a variable print, as it's the name of a built-in function.

Stanislav Bezoliuk
Stanislav Bezoliuk
1,794 Points

Such a stupid mistake(

Thank you!