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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Try and Except

Virochaan Ravi
Virochaan Ravi
6,940 Points

I do not understand what the question is asking

Please explain what I am doing wrong

trial.py
def add(num1,num2)
    return (num1+num2)
ans = add(6,7)
print(ans)
Justyna Julia Jamróz
Justyna Julia Jamróz
13,354 Points

You didn't typed colon after function

def add(num1, num2):

2 Answers

Blayne Holland
Blayne Holland
19,320 Points

Your answer is correct however there is a syntax error. Add a colon after the function declaration.

def add(num1,num2):
    return (num1+num2)