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Kennedy Malonga18,286 Points
Call the hello_student() function and save the return value to a variable called hello.
Im mentally beaten by something that looks simple
def hello_student(name): return 'Hello ' + name hello_student(hello)
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 67,779 Points
Hey Kennedy Malonga, let’s break it down:
hello_student() expects a
str argument. So the call to the function would look like
- and save the return value to a variable called
Since the function returns a string, it may be assigned to a variable using
hello = hello_student(“Kennedy”)
Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!!