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Python Python Collections (Retired) Dictionaries String Formatting with Dictionaries

What is wrong with the code?

What is wrong with the code?

dicts = [
    {'name': 'Michelangelo',
     'food': 'PIZZA'},
    {'name': 'Garfield',
     'food': 'lasanga'},
    {'name': 'Walter',
     'food': 'pancakes'},
    {'name': 'Galactus',
     'food': 'worlds'}

string = "Hi, I'm {name} and I love to eat {food}!"
def string_factory(dicts,string):
    for i in dicts:
    return l

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,644 Points

:point_right: You are just missing the "=" character in your asignment:

        l += [string.format(**i)]

FYI: "l" is generally considered a bad choice for a variable name (it looks too much like "1").