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Python Python Basics Meet Python Using Input

Stephan Holwerda
Stephan Holwerda
110 Points

SyntaxError keeps displaying despite me double checking my code.

I don't know why I keep getting a SyntaxError despite double checking my code.

using_input.py
favorite_color = input("What is your favorite color? ")
print("The color" favorite_color "is a great color!")

1 Answer

Rick Gleitz
Rick Gleitz
45,707 Points

Hi Stephan,

You simply forgot the commas separating the strings in the print statement from the variable. Check the previous video.

Hope this helps.