Help! level 10


#1

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```python

print count_to addititon = 94839 + 49458

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what is wrong?

#2

@ravenclaw42

You can’t assign a value when you’re printing something.


#3

So it should be

count_to_addititon = 94839 + 49458
print count_to_addititon

result 144297


#4

@megablaster68696

Yes. You create the variable that contain the result of the operation 94839 + 49458 after you print the value of your variable.


#5

it did not work for me what do I di


#6

@scriptwhiz95332

If you have a problem, please post it in a new thread with your question + error message + code.