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Hello,i do not know English well,but i think i am making my firsts steps,but sometimes this British confuses me,please make for us exercises clearly,what to do say it clearly.who checks the exercises we done?(sorry for my English)
Nobody. Once you press the you press the
Mark lesson as complete button replits treats it as it is perfect even if have not changed anything.
I see that in the Menu exercise, the variable name entered is “Hammer” but in the printed text example it says “Hammers”. How do you get the “s” in the end if the variable name is singular? If I run the program it would appear as “Hammer” unless the variable I entered was “Hammers”
i’m not sure if that was a typo or not but there is a way you can do it:
name = input("enter something: ") print(name, "s")
or if you don’t want a space between your original word and the letter s you can use f-strings (which you’ll learn later in the course), so something like this:
print(name + "s")
i’d say don’t worry about it too much though
@Dramz thank you for catching this. You have a debugger’s eye already! This is a typo and will be fixed on our end.
Day 003- I made a whacky recipe maker !
Day 3 of #Replit100DaysOfCode #100DaysOfCode.
(This is a note mostly for me but where others can read. This is mostly just to keep me going and motivated to finish the 100 Days Of Code.)
Day 3- Day three was mostly still on stuff that I know how to do. Day three was about how to use commas (,) in print statements. It was about how to be able to use multiple variables in a print statement instead of having them on separate lines of code.
I am sort of worried about the weekend coming up as I might forget about the 100 days of code and I don’t want to forget about it or miss a single day. I really hope that I will be able to remember about it so I will keep my streek going.
Code Link- https://replit.com/@Chandler0Bing/100-Days-Of-Code-Day-3#main.py
project of the day finished:
food = input("What food do you want? ") plant = input("What plant do you want to use? ") cookmethod = input("What cooking method do you want to use? ") burned = input ("Word to describe burned food? ") item = input("Household item? ") print("Today's food item is:", cookmethod, food, "with", burned, plant, "on a bed of", item)