Move it on back 9/11


#1

I don't understand how codecademy is accepting this as correct but the actual code is not working as it should, shouldn't it be giving me ayheyo?:disappointed_relieved:


#2

Where do you store the translation and what are you printing?


#3

1: The variantions must be after the if sentence.
2: new_word = word[1:] + first + pyg , not new_word = word + first + pyg
With word[1:] u are saying that the letters of word that python write are from 1 (second word) - infinite.
3: You must print new_word not word :stuck_out_tongue:

I hope y have helped u :3


#4


Thank you! I finally got it to work!!! Also, love your profile picture!


#5

Although it puts Way to go there is a mistake u.u
new_word = word[1:] + first + pyg
Because u must "move" the n of no, not add other n e.e

PD: I'm waiting for third season :stuck_out_tongue: