Python Python Collections Slices sillyCase

Alwen Nyikadzanzwa
Alwen Nyikadzanzwa
1,541 Points

sepating a single string

please help how do I separate a single string inorder to be able to answer the question

sillycase.py
sillycase(silly):
    a = silly[: int(len(silly)//2)]
    b= silly[int(len(silly)//2) : ]
    return a.lower() + b.upper()

2 Answers

KRIS NIKOLAISEN
PRO
KRIS NIKOLAISEN
Pro Student 44,869 Points

With integer division also using int() is redundant. Other than that you are close:

def sillycase(silly):
    a = silly[:len(silly)//2]
    b = silly[len(silly)//2: ]
    return a.lower() + b.upper()  
Steven Parker
Steven Parker
168,153 Points

Kris is right that the "int" is not needed, but it also doesn't cause any trouble. The only issue was forgetting to put "def" at the begnning of the function definition..

Other that that, it passes the challenge as-is! :+1: