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Python Python Basics (Retired) Things That Count Things That Count

why doesn't this work: age = 32

I don' get it


2 Answers

The challenge states: Create a variable named age that contains your age.

Be sure you do not have spaces BEFORE you define and set your variable age to 32

age = 32

should pass as long as you have no spaces before the declaration of age.

Thanks Chris My code was fine all along, the website was playing up and could not run it due to connection, I miss took this for code error

Ah yes, that happens to me as well. My internet is really terrible where I live at the moment. But also I have found that If you attempt to open the same challenge by accident in another tab it can make your current challenge error out.