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Python Python Basics Meet Python Variables

Friedrich Dalman
Friedrich Dalman
1,502 Points

running hello.py produces "Hello, World" even when the syntax is edited to make it "hello, Craig!"

When I run hello.py it produces "Hello, World!" as the output even when the syntax is edited to make it should say "Hello, Craig!"

boi
boi
8,669 Points

Be sure you saved your code before you run it, sometimes a person makes small changes and forgets to save the updated code. Otherwise, post your code here so it's easier to identify the problem.

You can post your code by using ``` at the starting and end of your code.

Saving document solved this problem for me. TY @boi.

1 Answer

Can u post your code?