I’m currently passing 9/10 tests, but I am struggling to see what the issue is for the final test. When there were multiple failures I could look for patterns and figure out what to tweek. Now I’m down to Test 9 as the lone failure. It is a 2 problem test with answers displayed. The other 2 problem tests work. The other 5 problem test with answers displayed work. After staring at this for a few days, I need a fresh perspective to find a new angle.
The error tells you everything:
E AssertionError: Expected solutions to be correctly displayed in output when calling "arithmetic_arranger()" with ["3 + 855", "988 + 40"] and a second argument of `True`. E assert "Error: Opera...e '+' or '-'." == ' 3 9... 858 1028' E + Error: Operator must be '+' or '-'. E - 3 988 E - + 855 + 40 E - ----- ----- E - 858 1028
Your code (
+ line) is flagging the input for an operator error when the test expects (
- lines) the formatted problem. This means your test for the proper operators is wrong. The operators have to be either + or -; a problem set doesn’t have to contain both of them.
Thank you! I had been so focused on the “show answer” aspect I lost the tree in the forest. I appreciate your time and help.
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