FAQ: Learn Python – Python Syntax – Review



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skill_completed = “Python Synthax”

This is what i wrote for the first part of the exercise #14. It says it is wrong

You set skill_completed to: Python Synthax when it should be "Python Syntax" .

What did i do wrong.?

This is my second time doing this last exercise. The first time i reached the the last part but couldn’t solve the last part of it. So i re-took the test and now im stuck in the first one.


the string needs to be an exact match, check it for typos


In Numbers and Value Errors there were spaces around the * when multiplying two variables, but in the Review the spaces had to be taken out. Why?