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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Tuples Stringcases

What is wrong with this code

please examine my code and tell me where am getting it wrong

def stringcases(words):
        a = words.upper()
        b = words.lower()
        c = words.title()
        d = words[::-1]
        return tuple(a,b,c,d)

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,939 Points

You're really close! You just don't need to call "tuple":

        return a,b,c,d

A group of things separated by commas makes a tuple.

For future reference, the "tuple" function is used to convert another kind of iterable (like a range or list) into a tuple.

I ran this in a workspace and received the following error:

TypeError: tuple() takes at most 1 argument (4 given)

Changing the return statement to:

return tuple([a,b,c,d])

passed the challenge