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Python Basics Quiz Question 5 of 8
Finish this so the
return happens if the
try block doesn't have any exceptions:
try: count = int(input("Give me a number: ")) except ValueError: count = 0
: return count * 15
the keyword you're looking for is else.
Christian Rowden2,278 Points
I would really like to help you out but I need some more information in order to do it. When you submit a help ticket there is a button that will attach your code to the problem which will help anyone help you.