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Evan Mnatsekanov1,723 Points
How do I call a function and make it an argument 3?
def square(number): return number * number number = square * 1/2 result = square * number
Steven Parker216,812 Points
To call a function, you just put parentheses after the name, and then inside the parentheses you pass it the argument(s):
result = square(3)