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

Jorge Grajeda
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Jorge Grajeda
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Technical Interview Prep: Take Me Out to the Ball Game

I don't understand why it continues saying its incorrect, is there something I am missing out on ?

def cheer(city, teamname):
    return("Let's go, {}. Let's go!".format(city, teamname))

cheer("Kansas City", "Royals")

1 Answer

Jeff Muday
Jeff Muday
Treehouse Moderator 28,717 Points

A simple item to fix... you have two parameters in format, yet you only have one set of braces in your format string. Also, the cheer() call is not needed. Fix that and you'll get credit.

Good luck!

# enter your code here
def cheer(city, teamname):
    return "Let's go, {} {}. Let's go!".format(city, teamname)