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Dorota Parzych5,706 Points
bash: syntax error near unexpected What does this error mean and why function round(4.6) doesn't work?
function round(4.6) doesn't work
In the workspace you need to start the python interpreter first by typing
python then press enter. Then your prompt should look like this: >>>. To exit press Ctrl + D.