When I "Save and Submit" my code, it checks out. However, when I actually test it out by typing in a word in the interpreter box, the response generated is "Enter a word," essentially repeating the first prompt. If I type in another word, then and only then does the code respond by repeating (and validating) the word I just typed.
I think my code is currently just programmed to display those words "Enter a word," rather than the actual raw data (word) entered by the user. There's a problem with my variable and function, I believe.
How do I write my variable and function, etc, so that my code returns the raw data when the user enters a word? (assuming it meets the conditions set forth later in the code, i.e. it is more than one character and it is alphabetic, not numeric).
Here's a picture of what happens....
print 'Welcome to the Pig Latin Translator!' raw_input("Enter a word:") original = raw_input("Enter a word:") if len(original) > 0 and original.isalpha(): print original else: print "empty"