Help with variable called monty


#1

What is wrong

here is what they are asking me---

Let's put our knowledge to work.

  1. Write a single-line comment on line 1. It can be anything! (Make sure it starts with #)
  2. Set the variable monty equal to True.
  3. Set another variable python equal to 1.234.
  4. Set a third variable monty_python equal to python squared.


#Welcome to my program

var_monty = True

var_python = 1.234

monty_python = 5 ** 2


#2

what's the error meassage?
Did you create a variable called monty?

i m asking the same question did you?

read the instruction again and look did you do the same what instruction said.


#3

hi there,
you wrote this...

but you were supposed to do this...

hope this helps!
your post: https://discuss.codecademy.com/t/help-with-variable-called-monty/67285?u=karray


#4

sorry for the error in my previous post,
the second quote should be...


#5

If you start with 0 in the word Monty, there is no 5th letter, only " in that position. I passed when I entered " but the hint says Y.

This will work..? (IDK yet)

fifth_letter = "MONTY"[4]

print(fifth_letter)


#6

in that case you would be printing the letter Y, as Y is in index 4 or what ever you call it. REMEMBER: the first index always starts with zero!


#7

I think you missed the format for variable.
for example

a = 123
b = True
C = 5**2


#8

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