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Ashmit Pathak4,441 Points
can't find it out
I'am not able to find out what's going wrong. Plz help
def add(me, I): try: count = float(me + I) except ValueError: print("this is not me ") else: print("that's me") return float(me) + float(I)
I think you might be confused about what they are looking for. The print statements are not necessary. You also need to be careful with your indents in Python.
You try to add the two. If that gives a value error just return None (no print necessary). If there is no ValueError, return the sum.
def add(me, I): try: count = float(me) + float(I) except ValueError: return None else: return count