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Python Python Basics (2015) Python for Beginners Correct errors

Knud Back
Knud Back
1,248 Points

Redo Last step in Python Basics

I am trying to solve the easy code challenge at the end of Python Basics the step "Python for Beginners". I want to isolate the errors by uncomment some of the lines using "#". The problem is that it works to will. The validation proces thinks I have solved the code challenge because there is no errors left.

My question is, how do a retake the challenge easily. Right now I have to exit "python basics" course and enter again to be able to retake the last step. Which is quit cumbersome if I just want to make small changes to the code.

1 Answer

Ramon Berke
Ramon Berke
637 Points

Try this, İ hope it helps

print("Hello") name = "Hello" print(name)

print("Let's do some math!") print("a")

print("Thanks for playing along!")