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Can't call function in workspaces on the console
def test(): print("hey")
When I type in python Project1a in the console and then test() all I get is ">" but if I remove the def test(): part it will still print "hey". I've run this same code in the terminal and it works so I don't know why it won't in the console.
Brandon OakesPython Web Development Techdegree Student 11,501 Points
Can you post the question you referring to and the code snippet you are trying and ill check out the question