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7.1.5 Initials CodeHS Answers

The most common answer is:

fill in the body of this function!
first = “Eva”
last = “Eplenas”
def initials(first, last):
return (first[0] + “.” + last[0] + “.”)
print (initials(first, last))

This function for generating initials from a first and last name is mostly correct, but the quotes have some minor issues due to formatting.

Here’s the corrected version of the function with proper Python syntax:

def initials(first, last):
    return first[0] + "." + last[0] + "."

first = "Eva"
last = "Eplenas"

print(initials(first, last))

This function correctly takes the first letter of the first name and the last name, concatenates them with periods, and returns the result. The print statement then outputs the initials “E.E.” for the given example names “Eva” and “Eplenas”.

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