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monica shim2,197 Points
Python basics - try, except, and else
Can anyone please tell me what I am doing wrong?
def add (x, y): try: x = float (x) y = float (y) except ValueError: return None else: z = x + y return z
William LiCourses Plus Student 26,867 Points
Hi, your code is actually ok, only thing is that you need to fix the indentation on the line 3 & 4.
def add (x, y): try: x = float (x) # fixed indentation y = float (y) # fixed indentation except ValueError: return None else: z = x + y return z
Now the code should work properly