Hi my name is Martin, I'm just starting the Python coding course. I'm stuck on what does "print count_to" mean learning about math.
Please post a link to the exercise, and any code sample you can provide. Thanks.
I think this is what he is talking about because I am also stuck here and not figuring out what I am supposed to do - I feel like an idiot, this seems really simple.
Thank you for the link.
I don't see anywhere an instruction to
variable = ___ + ___
This does not help. Please run through that exercise and see what it tells you. I feel like there are some errors to this question, that or this lesson has drastically failed to explain what to do. Thank you. PS. I gave up on CA because of this question several months ago, however I would like to continue using CA but, this particular lesson is a big road block to do so. Thank you
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In as much as it practically spells it out for you, now I am confused. We're given the expected variable name,
count_to and told to assign the sum of two large numbers. Replace
variable in the above with
count_to and write two large numbers to fill in the blanks.
1089 + 743
is an example of adding two large numbers. Any will do. The result will be stored in
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I am stuck in the same exercise and I dont understand what I should do.
Oh now I understand I just had to remove the "print count_to" line.
So now you have,
count_to = 1089 + 743
? Or something similar?
Yes I had something like that.
same here I don't know what to do...
I just tried this and got nothing.
Set count_to equal to the sum of two big numbers
This is not a valid statement, and neither is the one above it. Insert the assignment operator into to this line as shown above.