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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Product

I need you to write a function named product. It should take two arguments, you can call them whatever you want, and the

product

product.py
def product(salt):
    if salt.is() == 'sour':
        print("salt is", "sour")
        print("salt is", "taste")
        print("salt is", "good")

1 Answer

Hey stewart, it dosent seem you have attempted to do what the challenge is asking you. Also when asking a forum question, please make sure to ask an actual question. If you need help, the challenge is asking you to create a function named product that takes two arguments (You have only made it take 1, ie. "salt"). Then return the result that you get from multiplying those two numbers (You dont return anything). If you need more help please write back.