Read the cops' challenge first.
In this cops-and-robbers challenge, you (the robbers) must find the correct string of characters, which, when added into the cop's code, will make it produce the correct (case-sensitive) output (except that there may also be an extra trailing newline at the end).
The number of characters you add in must be less than or equal to the number of characters removed from the original code, and your answer is still valid even if it was not intended.
The characters can be added anywhere in the code, but they must all be consecutive in the same place (i.e. not random characters dotted around the code).
Make sure to link the cop's post that you have cracked in your answer, and once you have posted your answer here, comment under the cop's post linking your answer if you have enough reputation.
Say a cop posted the following submission:
Python, score of 14
Number of characters removed: 1
5 a(currently outputs
This is the answer a robber would post to crack it:
Cracks ...'s Python answer (link)
Character to add:
The following scoring criterion will be used in order (if #1 is a tie, then #2 is used to tiebreak, etc.):
- The robber who has cracked the most cops' answers (that were uncracked at the time of posting) after 1 week wins!
- Out of the tied robbers, the one whose most-upvoted answer has the most upvotes wins
- Out of the tied robbers, the one whose most-upvoted answer was posted first wins