Error int object is not subscriptable - Python

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I was experimenting with a straightforward piece of code that would simply take a person's name and age and notify them when they turned 21 without taking into account any bad factors.

This "int" object is not subscriptable issue keeps occurring.
Sep 21, 2022 in Python by Samuel
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