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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String Formatting

using .format() on string

i think i am doing exactly what is asked but treehouse is not taking me to the next step.

name  = "harsha" 
subject = "treehouse loves {}"
subject = subject.format(name)

1 Answer

subject can only = one thing. the 2nd instance is redundant anyway. It can all be done on 2 lines.