I am suppose to write a code that print put the url of a link given below. The url is defined to start where the first " appears and end where the last " url appears starting from the start_link. Its actually the last project from te lecture 1 in Udacity and the forst code of mine.. but its wring haha Here it goes: # Write Python code that assigns to the # variable url a string that is the value # of the first URL that appears in a link # tag in the string page. # Your code should print http://udacity.com # Make sure that if page were changed to # page = '<a href="http://udacity.com">Hello world</a>' # that your code still assigns the same value to the variable 'url', # and therefore still prints the same thing. # page = contents of a web page page =('<div id="top_bin"><div id="top_content" class="width960">' '<div class="udacity float-left"><a href="http://udacity.com">') start_link = page.find('<a href=') new_page=page[start_link:] num_ofstart=new_page.find(' " ') new_page1=new_page[(num_ofstart+1):] num_ofend=new_page1.find(' " ') url=new_page[(num_ofstart):(num_ofend)] print(url) It prints out only "http://ud [Broken] Whats wrong?