I have this piece of code
hobbies =  # Add your code below! n = '' def st_nd_rd(number): if number == 1: return 'st' elif number == 2: return 'nd' elif number == 3: return 'rd' st_nd_rd(1) for x in range(1, 4): hobbies.append(raw_input("What is your %s\'%s hobby?" % (x, st_nd_rd(x)))) print(hobbies)
Which just asks for input and appends it to a list
But I get this output
What is your 1'st hobby? 1 [u'1'] What is your 2'nd hobby? 2 [u'1', u'2'] What is your 3'rd hobby? 3 [u'1', u'2', u'3'] None
Where did the 'u' in the list come from? Is it intentional to indicate user input?