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Python Functions, Packing, and Unpacking Getting Info In and Out of Functions Functions with Arguments and Returns

Can anyone help me write a function called hello_student. This function should receive one argument, name. This function

It's a task for doing python, thanks

creating_functions.py
def hello_student(name):

    return hello

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,695 Points

The rest of the instructions say "This function should return one value, the string 'Hello ' followed by the value of the name parameter."

So you'll likely want to use string concatenation to combine the word "Hello " (including the space) with your name parameter. You don't have any variable named hello, but you won't need one since you can perform the concatenation as part of the return statement.

And in case you've forgotten, string concatenation is done with the + operator.