Yes you assign s to 'world'.. but this is a stupid, buggy exersice! It told me to write 'Helloworld', first i printet 'helloworld', wrong, then 'Helloworld', then it said THAT was wrong, because i should write 'Waynesworld', because apparently s was assigned to be Wayne, so when i made the code
n = 'Hello'
return (s + 'world')
This does write 'Helloworld', even though it just said i returned Helloworld (which it asked me to do!) it even wrote string_function(Waynes)
Btw, returning n + s gives the correct 'Helloworld', but it still says error, i hate this site, so many ■■■■ bugs!