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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Print "hi"

victor escarcega
victor escarcega
15,083 Points

May I please see an example for this one? Thank you guys!!!

just 1 or 2 examples would be great, I don't want the actual answer. Also, any links that you might know of with exercises that can help me practice multiple challenges or can be helpful.

Thanks!

printer.py
def printer():

1 Answer

Abdishakur Hassan
Abdishakur Hassan
3,585 Points

Hi. You could write it like this:

def printer(count):
    print ('hi ' * count)
printer(2)

This will print 'hi' two times and you can pass any number in count and get printed hi that number of times.

Hope this helps

The print function requires parentheses. This course isn't on Python 2.

Abdishakur Hassan
Abdishakur Hassan
3,585 Points

You are right Alexander. I only have python 3 as well but thought this course was on python 2. my memory failed me.