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def unpacker (*args): return args val=unpacker('Python',rocks!')
How do i edit so that the tuple returned from the function call is unpacked into 2 variables,val1,val2
def unpacker(): return('Python','rocks!') val1,val2 = unpacker() print(val1) print(val2)
Steven Parker217,443 Points
The instructions say "Edit the variable assignment under the provided function ...", so all your work should be done only on the assignment line at the bottom. In particular, you don't want to make any changes to the function itself.
But you had the right idea, just assign the results to the two variables separated by a comma.