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I'm not sure what to do here
def unpacker(args1, args2): val = args1 + args2 return val = unpacker('Python', 'rocks!')
Peter O'Donovan4,129 Points
I think you might be getting confused between packing and unpacking - look back at the Python course on functions, packing and unpacking.
Packing is when you want arguments passed to a function to be "packed" as a tuple. This can be achieved using the convention *args as your function argument.
Unpacking is when you want the elements within some Python sequence to be assigned to individual variables.