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#1

print caesar "Graham"
print praline "John"
print viking "Teresa"

It says I haven't made a Caesar variable.


#2
Caesar  with the capital C not the small c

#3

how to do it very stuck?


#4

like this

caesar ="Graham"
praline = "John"
viking = "Teresa"

You have to just assign variables here (i.e. with the = operator)
then after you can do

print caesar
print praline
print viking

#5

I've done all that but it is still saying that it hasn't been created

print Caesar
print John
print Viking
Caesar "Graham"
Praline "John"
Viking "Teresa"


#6

I've got

Assign your variables below, each on its own line!

Caesar = "Graham"
Praline = "John"
Viking = "Teresa"

Put your variables above this line

print Caesar
print Praline
print Viking

With the following outcome:

Graham
John
Teresa
None

This seems to be the wanted answer, but I still can't pass this assignment. Codecademy says:

Oops, try again. Did you create a variable called caesar?

**Did you find a solution, coding774 and/or rydan?


#7

for me it ended up being the spelling of caesar was wrong. it had me stuck for a while too


#9

For some reason they seem to have made a mistake in the background code.

this code bellow works just fine.

Caesar = "Graham"
Praline = "John"
Viking = "Teresa"

caesar = "Graham"
praline = "John"
viking = "Teresa"

print(Caesar, Praline, Viking)