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I really need help, I am stumped on this problem.
def hello_student(name): name = ashly return name print("Hello", name)
Steven Parker220,450 Points
Here's a few hints:
- all the work for task 1 should be done inside the function
- code inside a function must be indented more than the "def" line
- the "name" argument should be used as-is and not reassigned with anything
"Hello "should be combined with the name as part of the return value.
- you won't need to "print" anything
You shouldn't reassign "name" argument; return "Hello " + name; Does this clear things?