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# Creating a function

What could be wrong with code? Its giving me EOF error

squaring.py
```def square(number):
return number * number
squared_number = square(your_number)
print("The square of your number is {}".format(squared_number))
``` ```def square(number):
return number * number
squared_number = square(your_number)
print("The square of your number is {}".format(squared_number))
```

It gives me no error, make sure you save your changes before running it again

NOTE: since, Its a challenge task make sure you don't add something extra, It's giving you an EOF error because you have added extra lines of code, remove them to solve the error.

```def square(number):  👈#This is enough to solve the challenge
return number * number  👈#This is enough to solve the challenge
your_number=int(input("Enter your number: "))  👈#Extra line of code, remove it for the challenge task
squared_number = square(your_number)  👈#Extra line of code, remove it for the challenge task
print("The square of your number is {}".format(squared_number))  👈#Extra line of code, remove it for the challenge task
```

Thank You Very Much Boi