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Python Python Basics Functions and Looping Create a Function

Great now that you have created your new square method, let's put it to use.

I got it right but why wouldn't it be number - the sequence or order in which i put it is confusing.

Why is it Correct?

squaring.py
def square(number):
    return number * number

result = (square(3))
print(result)
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I can't seem to understand your question, could you describe your problem with a little detail to me, I'll do my best to answer it. Post here