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Python Python Basics (2015) Number Game App Even or Odd

wesley jackson
wesley jackson
2,436 Points

even_odd challenge

When I substitute my return values for print they work fine but once I add the return True/False statements they do not pass. I would appreciate any pointers.

Thank you in advance


def even_odd(num):

    num = int(input("Enter your number:"))

    if num % 2 == 0:
        return True
        return False
wesley jackson
wesley jackson
2,436 Points

Thank you Jason for your swift response. Works a treat :-)

1 Answer

Hi Wesley,

You just need to take out the line where you're getting user input.

The number will be passed into your function as an argument. You don't need to get a number.