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Python Challenge Solution

syntax error

I keep getting an syntax error on line 20. I don't understand why. here is my workspace https://w.trhou.se/zzg4a8xmh3

1 Answer

Tim Rach
Tim Rach
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 25,127 Points

A couple of things here. Remember to close your brackets. On line 19 you forgot a closing bracket it should look like this

print("player {}: {}".format(player_num,player))

aswell on line 22 you´ve forgotten a closing bracket:

keeper = input("Please select a goal keeper from (1-{})".format(len(players))) 

on line 26 is a unexpected indent of your print. remove it. then it should work..

Thank you very much. I made those changes and they worked!!