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I am confused by the output of the last program example from the first recitation video. You'll have to watch the last bit of that video if you want to help, so i won't write out all of the details. It seems to me that the program should print the number plus the word, for example 15FizzBuzz, because he wrote s = s + "FizzBuzz" print s. And he specifically said it was to concatanate the word onto the end of the output. Instead it just printed FizzBuzz. Am I missing something?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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Not the number plus the word, just empty string plus the word (or two words). Look at this chunk of code: s = '' (sic!) i%3 => s += 'Fizz' i%5 => s += 'Buzz'
Lol, yeah I noticed that shortly after creating the question. Thanks for the reply though.

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