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Python Technical Interview Prep: Python Basics Basic Python Take Me Out To The Ball Game

Jake Williams
Jake Williams
2,900 Points

Take me out to the ball game.

The example that I found showed it this way but it is not working.

def cheer(city, teamname):
    return ("Lets go", + city + "  " + teamname + "Let's go!   ")
cheer("Kansas City", "Royals")

1 Answer

Have you tried changing Lets to Let's, go", to go," and adding a period and a space between the teamname and the last string? You could also remove the spaces after the exclamation mark.

The challenge does not ask you to call the function, but if you want to see your function's output, you can use print. Otherwise, calling the function will return the string, but not print it.

Jake Williams
Jake Williams
2,900 Points

Unfortunately it still doesn't want to work. I am at a loss.