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Eberechukwu Durumbah80 Points
whats wrong with my code
on line 6, its showing me errors with tabs
def disemvowel(word): for letter in word: if letter == "a" or letter == "e" or letter =="i" or letter == "o" or letter == "u" or letter=="A" or letter == "E" or letter == "I": word=("").join(word[:word.index(i)]+word[word.index(i)+1:]) elif letter=="O" or letter =="U": word=("").join(word[:word.index(i)]+word[word.index(i)+1:]) return word
Steven Parker225,713 Points
I tried it and I get a different error: "NameError: name 'i' is not defined". Your strategy is unusual yet essentially sound, but to get the index you need will require some refactoring of the loop.
You should also be aware that modifying an iterable while it is controlling a loop can cause the loop to skip items. You might need to use a copy of the iterable instead.
Bonus hint: The membership operator ("in") can make your testing much more compact:
if letter in "aeiouAEIOU":