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SyntaxError: invalid syntax
Here is the code in my python document titled "lumberjack.py".
name = input("What is your name? ")
if name == "Ira";
print(name + " is a lumberjack and he is OK!!")
print(name + " sleeps all night and " + name + " works all day!")
In the console I'll type in "python lumberjack.py" and instead of getting what the instructor is getting I keep getting a "SyntaxError: invalid syntax" message.
I would copy and paste it but I don't know how.
William LiCourses Plus Student 26,868 Points
if name == "Ira";, use colon, not semicolon. and