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Trevor McGill1,409 Points
Packing *args question
I'm having a hard time with this code. I'm trying to pack integer arguments into the function and then multiply the integers together.
def multiply(*nums): product = 0 for num in nums: product *= num return product
You have to multiply each arg in *args one by one:
def multiply(*args): result = 1 for arg in args: result = result * arg return result multiply(5, 5)