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Gabriel Ogbonnaya1,701 Points
What is wrong with this code?
def printer(count) print("Hi" * count)
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there! You're doing great, and your logic is just fine. You just made a tiny omission which is now causing a syntax error. You forgot the colon at the end of the definition of your function:
def my_function(): #note the colon here print("this is my function")
Hope this helps!