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whats wrong in this email_greeting = (treehouse + "loves" + name)

can you explain what is my mistake in this

name = "tanu"

treehouse = "Tree" + "house"

email_greeting = (treehouse + "loves" + name)

2 Answers

You need a space either side of the word " loves " so that the strings aren't all printed next to each other.

Hope that helps!


Thank you ... your answer helped.

No problem! :-)