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Raise an exception
Hello, I want to raise a ValueError the Product idea has to be more than 3 characters not sure how to do it. Thanks
def suggest(product_idea): if product_idea < "cha": raise ValueError("must be more than 3 characters") return product_idea + "inator"
Brandon WhiteTreehouse Moderator
You're really close. Right now you're testing if the argument passed into the function is less than the string "cha". If you explain your thought process for that test, I might be able to help you more (offer a bit more insight and instruction).
But to pass the challenge, you simply need to change "cha" to the int 3.
Thanks! I got it working.