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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Product

Idan shami
Idan shami
13,251 Points

Can't convert 'int' object to str implicitly(challenge) [Solved]

why I get this type error all the time.... I run this same code in the shell and everything worked fine... why I'm getting in this challenge "Bummer"?

I sorry if I wrote mistakes in grammar P: English in not my native language.

Idan (:

product.py
def product(argument1, arg2):

    return (argument1 + arg2) * 2
Idan shami
Idan shami
13,251 Points

sorry I have figured this out myself (: apparently, I accidentally multiplied by 4 and not together return (argument1 * arg2)