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Python

Can someone please tell me what I am doing wrong. Thanks!

These are the instructions:

Let's create a function that determines if a specific value is odd. Let's name the function is_odd and have it declare a single parameter. It should return True if the value is not divisible by 2.

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1 Answer

csr13
csr13
33,293 Points

You have some syntax errors.

the first one and the most noticeable one is on the first line of your code (the definition of the function) Your code:

def is_odd (number):

No spaces in between the name of the function and the parameters, like this:

def is_odd(number):

The other mistakes are indentation mistakes, it looks like you have indented with tab twice (thats 8 spaces, suposing you are using pythons indentation), you only need to indent the lines inside the function by four spaces (which makes a single python indentation) and if you have a statement inside the function then the statement content needs to be indented as well, and so on like this:

def is_odd(number):
    if number % 2 == 0:
        return False
    else:
        return True