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Python Python Basics Functions and Looping Raise an Exception


Having trouble with this. I've tried everything but can't figure it out.

def suggest(product_idea):
    return product_idea + "inator"
if product_idea < 3:
    raise ValueError

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
217,626 Points

You've got the right idea, but you have a few issues with the implementation:

  • code that is part of a function must all be indented more than the "def" line
  • the testing code must come before the return statement
  • you'll want to test the length of the argument, not the argument itself