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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-23-2017, 11:46 AM - Thread Starter
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First let me say that I'm a complete and utter newb to programming, so your answers will have to be very basic. I've decided to learn python. So I'm doing all the free exorcises over at code academy. I'm still near the very beginning, only on lesson 2. And to me, it looks like to get the answer to the total cost of the meal, you'd print this:

meal = meal + tax + tip

But no, as you can see, it wanted this:

How could you add the cost of 2 meals together, and ever get the right answer? The correct answer is clearly saying "meal + meal". And meal is clearly defined in the pic, so they're adding the cost of a whole other meal. I don't get it.

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