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Christian Trolle508 Points
Function problem - code work in workspaces but not correct
Question is "Write a function named printer. The function should take a single argument, count, and should print "Hi " as many times as the count argument. Remember, you can multiply a string by an integer."
def printer(count): print("Hi " * int(count))
Out put is "Hi Hi"
Why is this not approved ?
def printer(count): print("Hi "* int(count)) Printer(2)
Ryan S27,276 Points
In the coding challenges you don't need to actually call the function that you are asked to write. When you click "Check Work", it will call it for you and pass in it's own arguments. So you can remove the function call.
Just to point out though, that if you were to call it outside of a code challenge, you'd need to make sure there are no typos. Your function is defined with a lowercase 'p' but you call it with an uppercase. In this challenge it seems that calling the function will still pass, as long as it is without the typo.