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Python basic returning values
I keep getting this exercise wrong... Help...anyone?!
def square(number): return number * number result = square("3") print(result) # prints "3"
Julian Addison13,302 Points
You passed in a string to your function call and should have passed an integer... just remove the quotes
of course...thanks a lot