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could someone please tell me how i should correct this?

message <- "Everything you can imagine is real." - Picasso print(message)

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10/16/2021 9:32:39 AM

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cat("\"Everything you can imagine is real.\" - Picasso")

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Now you're missing the quotation marks that are part of the string. The escape character you need is \"

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The whole string has to be in quotation marks. You have to use escape characters for the quotation marks that are part of the string.

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Almost. You need another escape character at the beginning of the string.

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Not quite. Now you're missing the opening quotation mark of the string.

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cat() doesn't return anything (NULL). Therefore it doesn't make much sense to assign it to a variable.

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i hope you got a help

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No. I wrote it in a single line without using a variable.

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I did above, it's the code that starts with "cat".

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thank you very much for your help. it worked:)

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message = '"Everything you can imagine is real." - Picasso' print (message)

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thanks. I did that but it does not accept it: message <- "Everything you can imagine is real/ - Picasso" print(message)

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you mean like this: message <- "Everything you can imagine is real\" - Picasso" print(message) the result is different.

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correct? message <- \"Everything you can imagine is real\" - Picasso" print(message)

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this one? message <- "\"Everything you can imagine is real\" - Picasso" print(message)

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Yes, that's it.

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doesn't accept. the result is different

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The dot after "real" is missing.

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ok but the result is: "\" every.... real. \"- picasso

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it is almost correct but at the end i have picassoNULL