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Atiba Lashley
Atiba Lashley
5,724 Points

Treehouse loves name

I'm having an issue making the quiz editor say "Treehouse loves Atiba". When I put it in the work space area it was fine, so I'm not sure what the issue.

name = "Atiba"
treehouse = "Tree" + "house"
email_greeting = print("{} loves {}".format(treehouse,name))

3 Answers

Originally, Atiba, your print function was out of place, and kirkbyo's example set email_greeting well enough, but lacked a print function. If I recall correctly, the request was for "(name) loves (Treehouse).", so the following should work for you. Let me know if I can help elsewise, and good luck out there!

name = "Benjamin"
treehouse = "Tree" + "house"
email_greeting = ("{} loves {}".format(name, treehouse))
print (email_greeting) ```

You need to first create a code that will be adopted by the variable, proceed as follows name = "Ronald" "Treehouse loves {}" subject = "Treehouse loves {}".format(name)

That should do, let me know if you have any other questions

15,791 Points

You did everything right for this task, but instead of printing the "treehouse loves x". Just assign email_greeting the formatted string.

name = "Ozzie"
treehouse = "Tree" + "house"
email_greeting = "{} loves {}".format(treehouse, name)

Let me know if you have any other questions,