FAQ: Errors in Python - Syntax Errors

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After finding and correcting all the syntax errors, the platform doesn’t allow you to progress and still states that the third error (the closed parentheses) needs to be put in, despite already being present.


I am facing the same problem, I checked the solutions and they don’t show any difference between the solution code and my corrected code.
I guess i’ll just replace my solution with theirs and proceed.

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same here! it is so annyoying!

The SyntaxError is not found in line 15 but actually in line 14

Why did Python define error on line 15 instead of 14? Shouldnt be the error in syntax of print function?