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# print hi

Write a function named printer. The function should take a single argument, count, and should print "Hi " as many times as the count argument. Remember, you can multiply a string by an integer.

which part i did wrong can someone please tell me

printer.py
```def printer(count):
print("Hi ")

printer(2)
```

Hi Andhika

You have the printing aspect of the function correct, however you need to use the `count` variable to multiply the string.

Here is a hint on how string multiplication works:

```>>> "Hi " * 3
'Hi Hi Hi'
```

You don't have to call the function yourself. The code checker will do that for you and pass in its own integer. You just need to handle that integer as the `count` variable.

Let me know if you need more help.

I thought i got it right but I'm still stuck. Here's what i did

count = "Hi " * 3 def printer(count): print(count)

Everything should be inside the function. You don't need to define the count variable yourself.

Also, the multiplication by 3 was only an example to show you how string multiplication works. When your function is tested, you don't know what the integer is going to be. The integer is represented by the "count" variable.

You can multiply the string inside the print function.

```def printer(count):
print("Hi " * count)
```