FAQ: Hello World - Introduction to Emojicode

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Hi all,
I’m having problems with the emoji keyboard (which I got to via windows + full stop) where the correct emojis aren’t being recognised. If I copy and paste from instructions it works.
Anyone else having this issue or is there a ‘user error’ I haven’t diagnosed?

Hello @script0175611836 and welcome to the Codecademy Forums!

It seems that you’ve just used the wrong emojis. You used 😃 instead of 😀 (difference in the size of the eyes) and possibly instead of ❗️. They’re very similar but they make a big difference in the output. I still haven’t figured out the exclamation point, but a workaround for ❗️ is to copy and paste from the instructions rather than using the emoji keyboard on Windows.