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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Use input()

What am I doing wrong"

age = input("Whats your age? ")

I've added a space between ? and end quote and it still doesn't work?

age.py
age = input("Whats your age? ")

1 Answer

hey, the string has to match exactly. Try with the exact string "What is your age? ", instead of using contraction and it should be good to go. : )

Thanks, Jermiah! Not sure how I missed that hahaha.