# Help me in solving PYTH23 problem

### My code

``````# Update the code below this line to solve the problem
Length = 45
width = 76

Area = length * width

print ("the Area of the given rectangle is", Area)
``````

Learning course: Learn Python
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@treytreydtb67

``````Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/mnt/sol.py", line 5, in <module>
Area = length * width
NameError: name 'length' is not defined
``````

this was the compilation error your code gave.
Check the variable ‘length’ you have used to compute area v/s the variable ‘Length’ you initialised.

You had used a capital L in initializing your variable “length”. Change it from “Length” to “length”.

``````length = 45
width = 76

Area = length * width

print ("the Area of the given rectangle is", Area)
``````

use captical Length like Area = Length * width so it will help you

There is no special benefit that comes out of using capital letters in variable names. Instead, it creates a scope for more errors.