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Linda Larson-Prior407 Points
my cod ran, ON THE NUMBER 1, in my IDE - why won't it work here? I attach the function as called in PyCharm
def is_odd(number): mod = number % 2 if mod > 0: print("ODD")
is_odd(1) ODD is_odd(2)
Steven Parker216,810 Points
When posting code, use Markdown formatting to preserve the code's appearance (including indentation!) and retain special symbols.
The instructions say that the function "should return True if the value is not divisible by 2", but this code is printing the word "ODD" out instead.
Also, the task is only to create the function, you won't need any code after it.