4. Check Yourself!
I'm trying to get the variable to print out because it passes the if conditional.
Oops, try again. The original variable ("hey ") had more than 0 characters but did not get printed.
I was trying to get my output to be the word that the user would have input.
For example: user would input: "Hello!" and would print this from my variable original
print 'Welcome to the Pig Latin Translator!' # Start coding here! original = raw_input("Enter a word:") def word_confirmation(): if len(original)> 0: print original else: print "empty"