Thank you for taking time to help me!
Doesn't make a string
It should make pirate a string
Replace this line with your code. # Write your code below, starting on line my_string=str(pirate) print len(my_string) print my_string.upper()
I know I could use quotation marks instead of str(), but I want to understand what str() is used for exactly since it doesn't seem to create a string in this problem.
I am also stuck on this
from datetime import datetime
now = datetime.now()
print '%s-%s-%s' % (now.day, now.month, now.year)
It seems I can't make / a string/variable of -
I thought adding a \ before hand would fix it, but it doesn't. What is the correct script for this problem?