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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String concatenation


How much space do i need to put between my + and variable when doing concatenation?

subject= "Treehouse loves" + Tron

1 Answer

Hi there,

Your spacing is fine in the code (just one is good for readability and such) - you just need to put the name variable there instead of "Tron", and add one space after "loves", inside the quotes - here's what I mean:

subject= "Treehouse loves " + name #right here - name contains the value "Tron", and the space makes sure there's a space between the words when it prints