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Python Functions, Packing, and Unpacking Packing and Unpacking Unpacking Challenge

Edit the variable assignment under the provided function so that the tuple returned from the function call is unpacked i

Help please ansew

def unpacker(*args):
    return args

val = ("Python", "rocks!")
val1, val2, val3 = ["a", "b", "c"]

1 Answer

Not bad, you're close. I recommend a clean start. From there, it's already using the unpacker function on "Python" and "rocks!". We want to change that expression so that it assigns to val1 and val2 the unpacker() function with "Python" and "rocks!" passed through it. The unpacker function and it's arguments are already there, we just want to change what's assigned to that function call.