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Python Functions, Packing, and Unpacking Introduction to Functions Create and Call a Function

Create a function called my_first_function. Inside the function body, indent 4 spaces and write the word "pass".

anyone can tell me why the code is not working

def my_first_function():

6 Answers

Note sure. I copy/pasted your code into the challenge and it passed.

Still doesn't work for me - is this a bug?

you need to leave 4 spaces ____pass

Benjamin Gooch
Benjamin Gooch
20,366 Points

I'm working on this same one and it says: Bummer: Whoops - did you create a function called print_topic?

This is clearly a problem... Any suggestions on how to progress past this?

Benjamin Gooch
Benjamin Gooch
20,366 Points

Strange... I reloaded the page, tried again, and it worked fine. Either way, the error message provided as a response is not even close to what I was instructed to do.

I don't know what happend It still not working

def my_first_function(): pass once you are on the second line it will be indented then you have to count four spaces then type pass