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Hey there! Could you please let me know what I'm doing wrong?
def square(number) : return (number*number) result = square(3)
def square(number) : return (number*number) result = square(3) print (result)
Mel RumseyTreehouse Staff
Hi Katarzyna! You are definitely close here. When calling a function, you cannot call it inside itself. Check your indentations :) Your result variable should be created after the function.
def square(number): return (number*number) put answer here #not indented
Hope this helps! 💚💚💚
Thank you so much for your help! <3