I know I did something wrong here I just can’t seem to figure out what. I have looked at my notes and tried this same project about 4 times. If anyone can give me feedback I would appreciate it. I don’t want to move on until I have this correct.
Hello, @digital4864300816, and welcome to the forums.
When you want to print the value a variable has been assigned to, you don’t put the name of the variable inside quotation marks. Consider:
my_value = 10 print("my_value") #Python doesn't see this as the variable named my_value. It's just a string literal. #prints: my_value print(my_value) #prints: 10 print("My value is", my_value) #prints: My value is 10
Later, you’ll learn a few other ways to include the values assigned to variables in string output.