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Quality Assurance Introduction to Selenium Automation Nation A Fork in the XPath

I've tried to make this task in Python, but I can't use locator in removeInvitee(invitee) function.

I made the locator using lambda: "removeButtonForInvitee": (By.XPATH, lambda invitee: '//span[text()="{}"]/../button[last()]'.format(invitee)) Then I can't call the function with this locator: def removeInvitee(invitee): //driver.find_element((*locators["removeButtonForInvitee"])(invitee)).click() driver.find_element(*locators["removeButtonForInvitee"](invitee)).click()

I had these kind of errors: TypeError: Object of type function is not JSON serializable SyntaxError: can't use starred expression here TypeError: 'tuple' object is not callable