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Reginald Levy2,975 Points
what am I doing wrong here
it seems like it is right but keeps following with error
favorite_color = input("What is your favorite color? ") if favorite_color == "blue": print("You must love the sky!")
Jason AndersTreehouse Moderator 145,623 Points
Your code is correct, except for the indentations.
Python is very
indent specific. With that in mind, when you indent a line, you are indicating that it belongs inside a code block under the above line.
Here you have indented the
if statement. The first line is declaring and assigning a variable, so it cannot take a code block. So, the
if statement should start at the same indent as the first line. The indenting of the
Nice work! :)