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What am I doing wrong here? Python related

flavors = ['chocolate', 'mint', 'strawberry']

', '.join(flavors)

'chocolate, mint, strawberry'

"My favorite flavors are: " + ', '.join(flavors))

File "<stdin>", line 1

"My favorite flavors are: " + ', '.join(flavors))                                                          


SyntaxError: invalid syntax

1 Answer

Schaffer Robichaux
Schaffer Robichaux
21,729 Points

Looks like it could be the extra parenthesis after flavors that could be causing the syntax error-