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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String concatenation


Make a new variable named subject that concatenates (uses the + sign) the string "Treehouse loves" and your name variable

subject=  "treehouse loves"  +  "Amel"


2 Answers

Hi Amel,

They want you to use the variable 'name', so you want to do something like this:

name = "Amel"
subject =  "Treehouse loves "  +  name

Also, make sure you're using the correct capitalization - your original code has 'treehouse', where the assignment wants to see 'Treehouse'.

Best, Cena


subject=  "treehouse loves"  +  "Amel"

You have not used your name variable in the concatination. Your subject line should be...

subject = "Treehouse loves " + name