robin saldanhaPython Development Techdegree Student 281 Points
feeling like I hit a wall.. why is this not working?
def square(number): return number*number result = square("3") print (result)
You're passing it a string "3".
A number is only a number if it doesn't have
" surrounding them.
ThatOneCoder -8,500 Points
You're making a string instead of a integer at the 3.
make sure you know that when having a number putting " around it won't make it a number.