It’s not in any sense my exercise.
The information you are looking for is already available to you. It is easier for you to find it than to ask someone else.
If you’re unable to find it then that’s a problem in itself because finding information is something that constantly needs to be done when programming.
If you think it’s too much of an effort to help yourself then it’s definitely too much of an effort for other people too.
Oh and, if you post on a public forum you don’t get to choose who responds or how they respond.
Something you can do though is try to convince them that you really need a bit of help. This is unconvincing! Now, it may indeed be a confusing situation, but you will very quickly resolve it by doing a web search, and if that’s the information you’re missing, then maybe that’s the help you needed.
Included in the advice provided in that thread is the following:
If you have a question about a particular exercise, course, or resource; include a link .
Many users read the posts of those who are asking for help. If they cannot find the pertinent exercise, it is difficult for them to offer that help.
The question included in the title of your post is the following:
How do i create a variable call Ceaser?
Is that consistent with the instructions in the exercise?
It would be useful for other users to see the code that you have attempted to submit thus far. If you do post your code, be sure to format it as described in the thread about how to ask good questions.
Thanks for your prompt reply. I corrected my error in editor page. I was typing print before caesar = “Graham”. Now further exercise Escaping characters Lesson 2 . ‘There’ s a snake in my boot !’ I tried several times but it shows syntax error. Also in editor page line 3 ‘This isn’t flying, this is falling with style!’ also shows syntax error. Line 3 is already printed in the lesson. Could you help me through?
It raises a SyntaxError because the single quote character within that attempt at a string is the same character as the single quote characters that are meant to delimit the beginning and the end of it. Python interprets that single quote inside as a delimiter that terminates the string, however, it then finds that there are characters following the quote that don’t make syntactic sense.
One way to fix this is to place a \ character just before the single quote that is within the purported string. This indicates to the Python interpreter that the single quote is not a delimiter, but is instead to be included as part of what then becomes a genuine string. Be sure to use a backslash rather than a forward slash.