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Python

would like to know where i've went wrong with this. thanks in advanced

just would like to be pointed out what errors i have in this i have already seen a solution just want to know what was wrong with mine.

thanks

instances.py
def combiner(list):

    sortedStr= []
    sortedInt= []


    for items in list:

        if isinstance(items,str):
            sortedStr.append(items)
        elif isinstance(items,(int,float)):
            sortedInt.append(items)

        else:
            continue

     joinedStr = "".join(sortedStr)
    convertedInt= str(sum(sortedInt))

    return joinedStr + convertedInt

2 Answers

reanimator313
reanimator313
6,005 Points

joinedStr is not intendent

thanks :3