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Python Python Collections (Retired) Slices sillyCase

T.j. Twilley
T.j. Twilley
2,317 Points

Sillycase Challenge

Where did I go wrong?

# The first half of the string, rounded with round(), should be lowercased.
# The second half should be uppercased.
# E.g. "Treehouse" should come back as "treeHOUSE"
def sillycase (string):
  cutter = round(len(string)/2)
  first  = string[:cutter]
  lcase  = first.lower()
  last   = string[cuter:]
  ucase  = last.upper()
  combined = lcase + ucase

1 Answer

Josip Dorvak
Josip Dorvak
18,126 Points

You spelt cutter wrong here:

last   = string[cuter:]

But it all works for me