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Practice Creating and Using Functions in Python
I'm running the following code and my output returns True if the argument passed through the parameter is odd
def is_odd(x): if x % 2 != 0: print(True) else: print(False) x = 1 test = is_odd(x)
Steven Parker210,472 Points
The instructions ask for the function to return a True/False value. It won't need to "print" anything.