Arithmetic Formatter - 6 failures

Hey!
I wrote this code for this project and, in a way, it worked (with some flaws - for example, when I added numbers to the third problem (making the number bigger), there was misalignment).

def arithmetic_arranger(problems, sec_arg=False):
    if len(problems) > 4:
        return print("Error: Too many problems.")

    stop = None
    for item in problems:
        if item.find("*") >= 0:
            stop = True
        elif item.find("/") >= 0:
            stop = True

    if stop == True:
        return print("Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'.")

    str_arr = list() # To store the strings separately.
    ope_arr = list() # To store the operators separately.
    results = list() # To store the results of each problem.

    num_for_while = 0
    while num_for_while < len(problems):
        temporary = list()
        temporary.append(problems[num_for_while])
        temporary = temporary[0].split(" ")
        temporary_str = [temporary[0], temporary[2]]
        temporary_ope = temporary[1]
        str_arr.append(temporary_str)
        ope_arr.append(temporary_ope)
        num_for_while += 1

    # To check if operands are digits and if the operands <= 4 digits.
    test_arr = list()
    while_number = 0
    while while_number < len(str_arr):
        test_arr += [*str_arr[while_number]]
        while_number += 1

    for n in test_arr:
        try:
            int(n)
        except:
            return print("Error: Numbers must only contain digits.")
        if len(n) > 4:
            return print("Error: Numbers cannot be more than four digits.")

    # To get the results and check if the operators are either + or -.
    numb_for_while = 0
    while numb_for_while < len(ope_arr):
        if ope_arr[numb_for_while] == "+":
            results.append(int(str_arr[numb_for_while][0]) + int(str_arr[numb_for_while][1]))
        elif ope_arr[numb_for_while] == "-":
            results.append(int(str_arr[numb_for_while][0]) - int(str_arr[numb_for_while][1]))
        elif ope_arr[numb_for_while] == "*":
            print("Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'.")
            break
        elif ope_arr[numb_for_while] == "/":
            print("Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'.")
            break
        else:
            print("Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'.")
            break
        numb_for_while += 1

    len_list = list()
    for item in str_arr:
        if len(item[0]) > len(item[1]):
            len_list.append(len(item[0]))
        elif len(item[1]) == len(item[0]):
            len_list.append(len(item[0]))
        else:
            len_list.append(len(item[1]))

    dash_list = list()
    for item in len_list:
        if item == 1:
            dash_list.append("---")
        elif item == 2:
            dash_list.append("----")
        elif item == 3:
            dash_list.append("-----")
        elif item == 4:
            dash_list.append("------")

    list_of_lists = list()
    numb_for_wlist = 0
    while numb_for_wlist < len(str_arr):
        temporary = list()
        temporary.append(str_arr[numb_for_wlist][0])
        temporary.append(ope_arr[numb_for_wlist])
        temporary.append(str_arr[numb_for_wlist][1])
        temporary.append(dash_list[numb_for_wlist])
        temporary.append(str(results[numb_for_wlist]))
        list_of_lists.append(temporary)
        numb_for_wlist += 1

    abc = False
    if sec_arg == "True" or sec_arg == True:
        abc = True
    else:
        abc = False
    if abc == True:

        if len(str_arr) == 1:
            return print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(0), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6))
        elif len(str_arr) == 2:
            return print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][4].rjust(9))
        elif len(str_arr) == 3:
            return print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][4].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][4].rjust(7))
        elif len(str_arr) == 4:
            return print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][0].rjust(8),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            list_of_lists[3][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[3][2].rjust(3),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][3].rjust(8),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][4].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][4].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][4].rjust(8))
    else:
        if len(str_arr) == 1:
            return print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(0), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6))
        elif len(str_arr) == 2:
            return print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9))
        elif len(str_arr) == 3:
            return print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7))
        elif len(str_arr) == 4:
            return print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][0].rjust(8),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            list_of_lists[3][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[3][2].rjust(3),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][3].rjust(8))

But when I ran it on the replit, there were 6 failures that I don’t understand.

 python main.py
     32      3801      45      123 
 +  698    -    2    + 43    +  49 
  -----    ------    ----    -----
None
      3      3801      45      123 
 +  855    -    2    + 43    +  49 
  -----    ------    ----    -----
FError: Operator must be '+' or '-'.
FError: Numbers must only contain digits.
F     32         1      45      123 
 -  698    - 3801    + 43    +  49 
  -----    ------    ----    ----- 
   -666     -3800      88      172
FError: Numbers cannot be more than four digits.
FError: Too many problems.
F
======================================================================
FAIL: test_arrangement (test_module.UnitTests)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/runner/boilerplate-arithmetic-formatter/test_module.py", line 11, in test_arrangement
    self.assertEqual(
AssertionError: None != '    3      3801      45      123\n+ 855 [56 chars]----' : Expected different output when calling "arithmetic_arranger()" with ["3 + 855", "3801 - 2", "45 + 43", "123 + 49"]

======================================================================
FAIL: test_incorrect_operator (test_module.UnitTests)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/runner/boilerplate-arithmetic-formatter/test_module.py", line 39, in test_incorrect_operator
    self.assertEqual(
AssertionError: None != "Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'." : Expected calling "arithmetic_arranger()" with a problem that uses the "/" operator to return "Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'."

======================================================================
FAIL: test_only_digits (test_module.UnitTests)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/runner/boilerplate-arithmetic-formatter/test_module.py", line 57, in test_only_digits
    self.assertEqual(
AssertionError: None != 'Error: Numbers must only contain digits.' : Expected calling "arithmetic_arranger()" with a problem that contains a letter character in the number to return "Error: Numbers must only contain digits."

======================================================================
FAIL: test_solutions (test_module.UnitTests)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/runner/boilerplate-arithmetic-formatter/test_module.py", line 66, in test_solutions
    self.assertEqual(
AssertionError: None != '   32         1      45      123\n- 698 [90 chars] 172' : Expected solutions to be correctly displayed in output when calling "arithmetic_arranger()" with arithmetic problems and a second argument of `True`.

======================================================================
FAIL: test_too_many_digits (test_module.UnitTests)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/runner/boilerplate-arithmetic-formatter/test_module.py", line 48, in test_too_many_digits
    self.assertEqual(
AssertionError: None != 'Error: Numbers cannot be more than four digits.' : Expected calling "arithmetic_arranger()" with a problem that has a number over 4 digits long to return "Error: Numbers cannot be more than four digits."

======================================================================
FAIL: test_too_many_problems (test_module.UnitTests)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/runner/boilerplate-arithmetic-formatter/test_module.py", line 30, in test_too_many_problems
    self.assertEqual(
AssertionError: None != 'Error: Too many problems.' : Expected calling "arithmetic_arranger()" with more than five problems to return "Error: Too many problems."

----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ran 6 tests in 0.002s

FAILED (failures=6)

I tested some things, like the 4 errors mentioned in readme.md, and the results came out as I expected.

What do I need to fix in the code for it to work?

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Challenge: Arithmetic Formatter
Link to the challenge:

Function is expected to return string, not print it on it own. print function prints the passed in string, but it returns None, that’s why None can be seen in the output.

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Thank you so much!! My bad.

I substitute the “return print(…)” for “print(…)” and “return …”

def arithmetic_arranger(problems, sec_arg=False):
    if len(problems) > 4:
        print("Error: Too many problems.")
        return "Error: Too many problems."

    stop = None
    for item in problems:
        if item.find("*") >= 0:
            stop = True
        elif item.find("/") >= 0:
            stop = True

    if stop == True:
        print("Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'.")
        return "Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'."

    str_arr = list() # To store the strings separately.
    ope_arr = list() # To store the operators separately.
    results = list() # To store the results of each problem.

    num_for_while = 0
    while num_for_while < len(problems):
        temporary = list()
        temporary.append(problems[num_for_while])
        temporary = temporary[0].split(" ")
        temporary_str = [temporary[0], temporary[2]]
        temporary_ope = temporary[1]
        str_arr.append(temporary_str)
        ope_arr.append(temporary_ope)
        num_for_while += 1

    # To check if operands are digits and if the operands <= 4 digits.
    test_arr = list()
    while_number = 0
    while while_number < len(str_arr):
        test_arr += [*str_arr[while_number]]
        while_number += 1

    for n in test_arr:
        try:
            int(n)
        except:
            print("Error: Numbers must only contain digits.")
            return "Error: Numbers must only contain digits."
        if len(n) > 4:
            print("Error: Numbers cannot be more than four digits.")
            return "Error: Numbers cannot be more than four digits."

    # To get the results and check if the operators are either + or -.
    numb_for_while = 0
    while numb_for_while < len(ope_arr):
        if ope_arr[numb_for_while] == "+":
            results.append(int(str_arr[numb_for_while][0]) + int(str_arr[numb_for_while][1]))
        elif ope_arr[numb_for_while] == "-":
            results.append(int(str_arr[numb_for_while][0]) - int(str_arr[numb_for_while][1]))
        elif ope_arr[numb_for_while] == "*":
            print("Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'.")
            break
        elif ope_arr[numb_for_while] == "/":
            print("Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'.")
            break
        else:
            print("Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'.")
            break
        numb_for_while += 1

    len_list = list()
    for item in str_arr:
        if len(item[0]) > len(item[1]):
            len_list.append(len(item[0]))
        elif len(item[1]) == len(item[0]):
            len_list.append(len(item[0]))
        else:
            len_list.append(len(item[1]))

    dash_list = list()
    for item in len_list:
        if item == 1:
            dash_list.append("---")
        elif item == 2:
            dash_list.append("----")
        elif item == 3:
            dash_list.append("-----")
        elif item == 4:
            dash_list.append("------")

    list_of_lists = list()
    numb_for_wlist = 0
    while numb_for_wlist < len(str_arr):
        temporary = list()
        temporary.append(str_arr[numb_for_wlist][0])
        temporary.append(ope_arr[numb_for_wlist])
        temporary.append(str_arr[numb_for_wlist][1])
        temporary.append(dash_list[numb_for_wlist])
        temporary.append(str(results[numb_for_wlist]))
        list_of_lists.append(temporary)
        numb_for_wlist += 1

    abc = False
    if sec_arg == "True" or sec_arg == True:
        abc = True
    else:
        abc = False
    if abc == True:

        if len(str_arr) == 1:
            print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(0), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6))
            return list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(0), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6)
        elif len(str_arr) == 2:
            print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][4].rjust(9))
            return list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][4].rjust(9)
        elif len(str_arr) == 3:
            print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][4].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][4].rjust(7))
            return list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][4].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][4].rjust(7)
        elif len(str_arr) == 4:
            print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][0].rjust(8),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            list_of_lists[3][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[3][2].rjust(3),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][3].rjust(8),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][4].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][4].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][4].rjust(8))
            return list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][0].rjust(8),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            list_of_lists[3][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[3][2].rjust(3),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][3].rjust(8),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][4].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][4].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][4].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][4].rjust(8)
    else:
        if len(str_arr) == 1:
            print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(0), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6))
            return list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(0), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6)
        elif len(str_arr) == 2:
            print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9))
            return list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9)
        elif len(str_arr) == 3:
            print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7))
            return list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7)
        elif len(str_arr) == 4:
            print(list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][0].rjust(8),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            list_of_lists[3][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[3][2].rjust(3),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][3].rjust(8))
            return list_of_lists[0][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[1][0].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][0].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][0].rjust(8),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][1].rjust(1), list_of_lists[0][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[1][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[1][2].rjust(4),
            list_of_lists[2][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[2][2].rjust(0),
            list_of_lists[3][1].rjust(4), list_of_lists[3][2].rjust(3),
            "\n", list_of_lists[0][3].rjust(6), list_of_lists[1][3].rjust(9), list_of_lists[2][3].rjust(7), list_of_lists[3][3].rjust(8)

Now it shows only 2 failures.

     32      3801      45      123 
 +  698    -    2    + 43    +  49 
  -----    ------    ----    -----
('     32', '     3801', '     45', '     123')
      3      3801      45      123 
 +  855    -    2    + 43    +  49 
  -----    ------    ----    -----
FError: Operator must be '+' or '-'.
.Error: Numbers must only contain digits.
.     32         1      45      123 
 -  698    - 3801    + 43    +  49 
  -----    ------    ----    ----- 
   -666     -3800      88      172
FError: Numbers cannot be more than four digits.
.Error: Too many problems.
.
======================================================================
FAIL: test_arrangement (test_module.UnitTests)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/runner/boilerplate-arithmetic-formatter/test_module.py", line 11, in test_arrangement
    self.assertEqual(
AssertionError: ('      3', '     3801', '     45', '     123') != '    3      3801      45      123\n+ 855 [56 chars]----' : Expected different output when calling "arithmetic_arranger()" with ["3 + 855", "3801 - 2", "45 + 43", "123 + 49"]

======================================================================
FAIL: test_solutions (test_module.UnitTests)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/runner/boilerplate-arithmetic-formatter/test_module.py", line 66, in test_solutions
    self.assertEqual(
AssertionError: ('     32', '        1', '     45', '     123') != '   32         1      45      123\n- 698 [90 chars] 172' : Expected solutions to be correctly displayed in output when calling "arithmetic_arranger()" with arithmetic problems and a second argument of `True`.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ran 6 tests in 0.004s

FAILED (failures=2)

But I don’t understand these 2 failures. Can anyone help me with them?

Because there’s multiple elements, separated with comma, python puts them inside of tuple and returns it like that. This worked for print function, because it accepts multiple arguments.

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Thanks!!
I’m going to review the code and make the adjustments.

I managed to finish this project.
Thanks @sanity!!

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