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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Try and Except

David Lopes
David Lopes
827 Points

Not sure where to put the float ()

Not sure where to put the float ()..

trial.py
def add(a, b):
  return(a+ b)

1 Answer

Julian Garcia
Julian Garcia
18,380 Points

if both parameters a and b are float the result of sum is a float number. If you want to assure that your function returns a a float even when two integers were passed as parameters the float would be in the return(float(a+b)) line.