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Hello everyone. I'm stuck on this function objective, task 2 and I don't know what to do. Thank you.
def square(number): return (number * number) def repeat (number): return number * 3 result = number print (result)
Indiya Gooch12,047 Points
A good effort!
The answer you're looking for is:
def square(number): return (number * number) result = square(3) print (result)
As it wanted you to use the function you'd created previously instead of create another one on top of it. It also wanted you to assign this method call to a variable called 'result'.
To call a method in python you simply write the method name, and pass it any arguments to the parameters ei: