Solution 1

``````your_name = "Santiago"
length_of_rmotr_domain = 9
``````

Solution 2

``````your_name = "Jason"
length_of_rmotr_domain = 9
``````

# Fun with Strings

Please complete the code to include the two placeholder variables (`your_name` and `length_of_rmotr_domain`).

The variable `your_name` is simple, just put your name as a String. You can use single quotes (`'`) or double quotes (`"`), it's your choice. In Python it's the same.

The other variable is `length_of_rmotr_domain`. It's a little bit more complicated. We want you to save in that variable a number that represents the length of the previously defined `rmotr_domain` variable. The simple answer is 9, because `rmotr.com` has 9 characters. But we want you to compute it dynamically, counting how many characters there are in the `rmotr_domain` variable.

### Test Cases

test your name is not empty -

``````def test_your_name_is_not_empty():
assert your_name != ''
``````

test length of rmotr domain -

``````def test_length_of_rmotr_domain():
assert length_of_rmotr_domain == 9
``````
course = "Intro to Python" your_name = ? rmotr_domain = 'rmotr.com' length_of_rmotr_domain = ? # Hint: check the `len` function