Oooh, looks like some of the guys have beaten me to it! There are some pretty comprehensive comments and even a gist with a pointer :smile:
If you're still wondering about the version number, I'd go with
git fetch upstream
git rebase upstream/master
@sjwarner-bp That task has a huge README on TDD which is great, really helpful to understand how to work your way through these tasks in general. But at that stage I wasn't ready for the task itself. I needed a nudge in the right direction.
As it was, it turned out I just needed to understand that if I simply deleted the exception and return the string in the test, that the test would pass.
Once I understood what exactly the test was doing and what it was expecting, (and that I needed to return the value rather than print it), I've been pretty much fine ever since.
Thanks for the feedback @zantetsuken88 - I'll relay this info to the other track maintainers and see if we can improve this for future users!
If you have any ideas of what you'd like to see added as hints to the readme / anything else for that exercise, feel free to open a PR for it too - we love having the community grow and raise these issues!