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Python Python Basics (2015) Python for Beginners Call a function

the print function. asks to print () "Hello, Treehouse". my answer is print ("Hello, Treehouse".)

question asks to print the word "Hello, Treehouse".

I did:

print ('Hello, Treehouse".)

why is this not correct?


1 Answer

py lund
py lund
1,477 Points

Hi Rudolph,

There's a typo in the argument you are passing to the function print. You are opening the string with single quotes and closing it with double quotes. You can't combine both.

It should be either

print('Hello, Treehouse')


print("Hello, Treehouse")

Plus, you are adding a period outside the quotes, which is a syntax error.