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Python Python Basics (Retired) Pick a Number! Any Number! Imports

I am having problem with this problem import random radon_num(x) return random.randint(1,x)

So the code challenege is to import random library and return randint between 1 and the input number. My code is import random randon-num(x) returm random.randint(1,x)

import random
return random.randint(1,x)

2 Answers

Kenneth Love
Kenneth Love
Treehouse Guest Teacher

You can't do a return outside of a function. You need to actually create a function for this challenge.

you forgot the def.

def random_num(x):

with that, you are now defining a function. Don't forget to indent the code block of the function.