I really like the interface, but my code runs as it should; however, the dialog popup in the terminal always says did you do this or that, when I did. When I compare the code with the solution it is identical, but the next button never lights up with my code being used, I always have to replace my code with the solution. I also check code on go playground and on local machine and it executes flawlessly. My only gripe so far is the difficult using cut and pace and the terminal interface not recognizing properly entered syntax.
Interface. my code is same as solution, but will only let me progress by replacing with solution
Hi, do you use browser extensions like dark reader which is setting all sites on dark mode?
Because when you working with CSS it changes the CSS colors.
If not, no worries. It can happen sometimes that the code you wrote doesn’t check right. Just report the bug and move on. I know it’s annoying but with that massive amount of data on this platform bugs can and will happen.
No, I’m using macOS Ventura. Default settings. Thanks for the reply
on user terminal
Did you print out the message
Each share of Gopher feed is $3.50! by calling
fmt.Printf() with the correct arguments? Double check your spelling and syntax.
Printout of correct solution.
Working with a float64
I have 3 years of Go experience and this job is asking for 15 years of experience
Each share of Gopher feed is 3.50
I can assure you character by character is the same as solution, but terminal not recognizing my code. solution is to use the solution code but not mine, but doesn’t feel right.
Can you share the link of the exercise and copy paste your code here in the forums? (There is a “Copy to Clipboard” button at the bottom of the exercises. For pasting the code properly in the forums, see the thread [How to] Format code in posts)
It may offer some clues as to whether there is some mistake being made or whether there is a bug. Since the system is automated, it is very particular that the output matches the strings specified in the instructions EXACTLY. If there is missing or extra punctuation/spacing, lowercase/uppercase difference, or anything different from the specified strings, the system will likely reject the solution.
The output you have pasted in your previous post may not match the instructions exactly. It may be that while copy/pasting in the forums, the text loses formatting. That is why it is better if you paste the code between the pair of three backticks (as mentioned in the linked thread about formatting code in posts). That way it is easier to spot whether some mistake was made in writing the code or whether there is a bug.
I think your previous post refers to the exercise Different Verbs. The expected output is:
Working with a float64 *** I have 3 years of Go experience and this job is asking for 15 years. *** Each share of Gopher feed is $3.50!
Your output has some differences e.g.
asking for 15 years of experience // instead of asking for 15 years. Each share of Gopher feed is 3.50 // instead of Each share of Gopher feed is $3.50!
I didn’t want to post the solution on the forum. I’ll try chrome browser later tonight. thanks
Switching to Chrome Browser on Mac works so far… Thank You.
Working with a float64