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why its wrong

i dont now why it is wrong

name.py
name="sina"
treehouse="Tree"+"house"
email_greeting=treehouse+"loves"+name
Ryne Smith
Ryne Smith
1,297 Points

Hi Sina. It might be considered wrong because the output would not be very legible. You probably need to add a space before and after "loves" but inside the quotation marks. This way there will be spaces between the word when they are outputted to the screen.

1 Answer

Hanley Chan
Hanley Chan
27,771 Points

Hi,

There should be a space before and after "loves" in your email_greeting variable. Otherwise the result will be "Treehouselovessina" instead of "Treehouse loves sina"