-There are no error messages, instead everything I type ends up being "empty", as that's the what I said to print if the word I typed was less than 0 characters. The problem is, if I type Hello, it'll output as empty.
-Also, with the x.isalpha(), whenever I input numbers and letters combined, it still turns up as empty, which is strange because I would expect an error message, since there would be non-letter characters in the code (which is what x.isalpha() checks for...)
I'm still prompted to go onto the next exercise, but I want to see what happens when I type something in the output (I know what should happen, but since it's not happening I feel like I'm doing something wrong).
print 'Welcome to the Pig Latin Translator!' raw_input("Enter a word") original = raw_input original = "" if len(original) > 0 and original.isalpha(): print original else: print "empty"