Learn Python List Comprehension By Building a Case Converter Program - Step 15

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I’ve commented the required function and inserted pass. However, these questions seem to be very sensitive as to how you code (meaning that I could make 2 codes that produce the identical result, but the validator will only accept one). What am I doing wrong?

Your code so far


# User Editable Region

def convert_to_snake_case(pascal_or_camel_cased_string):
    pass
#    snake_cased_char_list = []
#    for char in pascal_or_camel_cased_string:
#        if char.isupper():
#            converted_character = '_' + char.lower()
#            snake_cased_char_list.append(converted_character)
#        else:
#            snake_cased_char_list.append(char)
#    snake_cased_string = ''.join(snake_cased_char_list)
#    clean_snake_cased_string = snake_cased_string.strip('_')

#    return clean_snake_cased_string


# User Editable Region

def main():
    print(convert_to_snake_case('aLongAndComplexString'))

if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()

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Learn Python List Comprehension By Building a Case Converter Program - Step 15

Apparently, the test does not like that the #s are at the beginning of the line.

This shouldn’t be an issue irl, right? I mean, there is no practical difference where I put the #, it’s commented anyway

That’s correct. This is more to accommodate automated tests