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So I’m not sure how I can fix this because but I can’t figure it out this is ProjectSTEM 1.6 question 1 and I can’t pass test 2 which says this “ This test case checks that your program uses input commands to determine the output phrase. This test case also checks the syntax of your final output phrase.
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Check that your program uses input statements, and that your final output statement is formatted correctly.” Here is the code I have written down

My code:
word1 = input("Enter a word: ")
word2 = input("Enter a word:")
print(word1 + word2)
The sample I’ve been given:
Enter a word: Hello
Enter a word: World
Hello World

What I have tried:

I’ve tried rewriting the code entirely, reading instruction over and over again asking my teacher
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Updated 11-Oct-22 17:57pm
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Member 8428760 11-Oct-22 20:23pm    
This is an annoying detail, but try print(word1 + " " + word2). There has to be a space between them.

1 solution

You can add space between two strings in various ways.
Few being:

1. Using .format
Python
print("{} {}".format(item1, item2))

2. Using default of print. Default is to add space between arguments.
Python
print(item1, item2)

3. Using .join
Python
print(" ".join([item1, item2]))

4. Using string representation
Python
print("%s %s" % (item1, item2))

Not suggesting the string concatenation using a + and space as least preferred way.

Thus,
Python
print(word1, word2) #OR
print("{} {}".format(word1, word2))
# Output
# Enter a word: Hello
# Enter a word: World
# Hello World
 
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