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Python Python Basics Types and Branching Numeric

Dorota Parzych
Dorota Parzych
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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

1 Answer

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.