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Multiple variables challenge

Hi guys! Does anyone know the right code for the.Multiple variables challenge where output should be awesomeawesomeawesome? I have tried various solutions, but nothing seems to work.

12/14/2020 7:44:52 PM

gho5tdog

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gho5tdog , x variable should be string, not integer. It is even easier than you written. https://code.sololearn.com/chzA1dyqkUVL/?ref=app

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gho5tdog , what is the description of the task. Show also your attempt so somebody can help you.

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And here's the given code: x = input() y = input()

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gho5tdog , in which programming language, you are trying to solve it. Show your code.

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Wow, thank you! That was it. Thank you so much for your help and kindness!

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gho5tdog , just read the tasks carefully. You are welcome.

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Code: print("awesome"*3) here, '*' operator allows you to multiply the string as many time as the number been entered by user.

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x = input() y = int(input()) print(x*y)

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x = input() y = input() print(x * int(y))

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pythonpython

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x = str(input()) y = int(input()) res = x * y print(res)

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Here's the description: Task: Given the code above, output the input x repeated y times. Sample Input: awesome 3 Sample Output: awesomeawesomeawesome

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Python. Here's one of my variations: x = int(input("awesome")) y = int(input("3)) print(x*y)