board= for i in range(5): y=["O"]*5 board.append(y) def print_board(board): for row in board: print"".join(row) print print_board(board) Your function should contain a for loop that iterates over each row in the board. For each row, it should print " ".join(row). I GET-> Oops, try again. It looks like you function didn't print out the correct response!
you need a space between the two quotation marks, so there is a space between the
O's of your columns.
join uses the character between the quotation mark to join the different list elements together
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