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seong lee4,503 Points
what went wrong here?
I have no idea what i did wrong. Please help. Thank you in advance
favorite_color = input("What is your favorite color?") if favorite_color == "blue": print = ("You must love the sky!")
The issue is this line:
print = ("You must love the sky!")
= operator is used to assign data to variables, since you are not assigning a variable here but calling a function it should not be used. If you remove it like this:
print("You must love the sky!")
Then your code will pass.
Also I noticed that you changed the string that was passed to the input function (you removed a space at the end). While doing that seems to be fine for this particular challenge, you should generally avoid modifying any code that is supplied by the code challenge. Doing so even if it is a very minor change will very often mess with the checks the code checker performs, which can mean that your code will be incorrectly labeled as wrong.