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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Print "hi"

bennett miller
bennett miller
357 Points

Print "hi" challenge from python basics how do i make the function repeat?

So i am supposed to make a function named printer that prints "hi ' how ever many times the "argument" count says but i don't even know where to start on that

printer.py
count = 4
def printer():
    print("{}".format(count))
printer()

1 Answer

Ish Tahir
Ish Tahir
9,316 Points

the count should be a parameter in your function, and if you multiply a string by a number, the string gets appended the value that many times

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