i've looked over your code and i do not see the error, that does not mean there is not one, but i am a Microsoft VS programmer also. What i have found over the years is that MS has a tendency so superset the instruction set for a language--that was the crux of the Sun VS Microsoft legal action over Java years ago. i would suggest you to back to the standard reference, and not MS's docs, and look over the syntax of the instructions you use. there may be a surprise hidden within. if not then i am just showing my extreme bios against the software giant.
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posted 3 weeks ago
Hi Les, thank you for your response! I found out I was making a terribly stupid mistake and was using PyPy2 instead of Python3 on HackerRank. Facepalm.
I'm a coding beginner so unfortunately, the majority of your suggestion went over my head haha. Though, I will google certain terms and see if I can make sense of it and try to learn from it. Thanks again!