Okay, I don't know what's going on here, but here's my code:

n = "hello"

def string_function(Hello):
print "Hello" + "world"
return "Helloworld"
print string_function("Hello")

You see, it's telling me I need to return a function called waynes in order to work, but it said in the directions all I needed to print was helloworld, and mentioned nothing about "waynesworld." And, when I do add it in, it tells me this: Oops, try again. string_function('Hello') returned 'Waynesworld' instead of 'Helloworld'

I cannot for the life of me figure out why it's needing me to create "Waynes" and then contradicting itself with the other error message. Help!


SInce you overlooked the hint, how about we ask again, please post a link to the exercise. We're not on speed dial. Thank you.


Okay, here:


And sorry for saying that they're going insane, This is just really frustrating me!


You only have to return somebody's "world" with no space. That's child's play.


Okay, I think I've got it.