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hu sileCourses Plus Student 1,719 Points
Got stuck at this Python basics code challenge. I think my codes are right, but it says that task 1 or 2 is not right!
def add(x, y): return x + y
def add(x, y): a = float(x) b = float(y) return a + b
def add(x, y):
try: a = float(x) b = float(y) except ValueError: return None else:
def add(x, y): return x + y def add(x, y): a = float(x) b = float(y) return a + b def add(x, y): try: a = float(x) b = float(y) except ValueError: return None else: return True
Brett McGregorCourses Plus Student 1,903 Points
Notice that you have defined the add function three times. I think the question intends for you to modify the add function at each step rather than create a duplicate.
So, if you remove the first two add function definitions you can focus on all of the code challenge requirements in a single function definition.
Don't forget to return the two numbers added
Hope this helps you!