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#1


Hey guys, I'm stuck at this exercise. Keep getting the error message" it looks like your code did not print "Adam". but in the results window it did. I know sometimes I have to refresh or reload my browser, and I did, but it does not seem to solve the problem. What am I missing?


names = ["Adam","Alex","Mariah","Martine","Columbus"]
for item in names:
        print item


#2

does it want you to only print Adam? If so, you would need to just write

print names[0]

since Adam is at the 0th index.
This is also means no for loop.
But this depends on what the instructions are asking, which you should include in your post.


#3

The instructions wanted me to print the whole list, but no worries, I finally gave up and when I submitted the exact code about two hours later it took the code and printed the list so I could move on to the next exercise.
But thank you anyway :slight_smile:


#4

Someone should really fix this. The exact same thing is happening to me over and over and I do not have 2 hours to wait around for it to correct itself.


#5

PLEASE FIX. My coding is accurate. All names were returned, yet I always get a message saying it did not print one of the names, Adam, which is not true.


#6

I am also having the same issue:

names = ["Adam","Alex","Mariah","Martine","Columbus"]
for item in names:
print names

This prints out the entire list but it is giving back the error: "It looks like your code did not print "Adam"


#7

names = ["Adam","Alex","Mariah","Martine","Columbus"]
for item in names:
print names

should be print item


#8