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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Try and Except

Maryan Tuzyak
Maryan Tuzyak
1,495 Points

converting arguments into floats before adding them

tried converting into floats but keeps saying error how do you convert the arguments into floats properly it should be in line 1 of the code

trial.py
def add,float((n1,n2)):
    return(n1+n2)
total = add(2,8)
print(total)

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,165 Points

The "def" line is just for naming your function and any argument(s).

Any functional code will need to be done on other lines, and you'll need to convert each argument separately.