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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Print "hi"

function named printer

Hi, the challenge asks me to create a function called "printer" with a single argument "count" and print "Hi" as many times as the count argument. what is wrong with my code? it works on the shell

def printer():
    count = int(input("what is the number?   "))
    print (count * "Hi  ")


1 Answer

Eray Ates
Eray Ates
14,292 Points

Code is OK but they want to pass an argument on that function like that

def printer(count):
    print (count * "Hi  ")