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syntax error help
not sure where to go from here
print("Hello") print(name) variable(name) = name print("Let's do some math!") print(5 + "a") def 'a' = 5 print("Thanks for playing along!")
Python is a dynamic and strong language. So you can't add 5 to a! Also name is string not variable here.
print("Hello") print("name") print("Let's do some math!") print("5" + "a") print("Thanks for playing along!")