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# Stringcases - Can't see what I've done wrong?

Hey

My code below works, at least in the way I interpret the question, but I get the error

"Bummer! Didn't get back all of the right cases"

Looking at other questions on this, seems people are using slices and beacuse of that I can already see a better way of doing it, but don't know why this method isn't accepted?

Could someone please show me where it's wrong?

Thank you!

stringcases.py
```def stringcases(arg1):
my_list = []
my_list.append(arg1.upper())
my_list.append(arg1.lower())
my_list.append(arg1.capitalize())

backwards = []
for letter in arg1:
backwards.insert(0, letter)

reverse = ''.join(backwards)
my_list.append(reverse)

my_tuple = tuple(my_list)

return(my_tuple)
```

You are using the `capitalize` function, however the challenge expected you to use the `title` function.

I'm pretending that I'm in the Python Shell

```>>> "abc".capitalize()
"Abc"
>>> "abc".title()
"Abc"
>>> # Over here you might be wondering the differences, to find out the differences just read on...
>>> "abc abc".capitalize()
"Abc abc"
>>> "abc abc".title()
"Abc Abc"
```

I hope this demonstrates the difference.

I hope this helps! ~Alex

By the way, you look like a great Python programmer so far! If you'd like a little challenge, check this out!

Yes, that makes sense now, thank you very much

Can you provide a "Best Answer"? It helps with the Community filtering and it also gives a bonus 12 points to whoever receives the best answer :)

Thank you! ~Alex

Thank you! Um... Nice smiley face emoji. :)