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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types String Formatting

Christian Houmann
Christian Houmann
964 Points

Why does this not work? It works in the compiler.

name = "Christian"

subject = (("Treehouse loves {}").format(name))

It wont let me pass.

strings.py
name = "Christian"

subject = (("Treehouse loves {}").format(name))

2 Answers

Hello Christian!

You are doing great, but you dont need to put the string and the entire declaration into parentesis. You just need to put .format right after the string and them put the variable name into parentesis, is the only parentesis you need.

Christian Houmann
Christian Houmann
964 Points

Thank you very much, Emmanuel!