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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Product

return product

I having difficulties with this challenge of return code, where task is to create a function named product and give it two arguments name, multiply them and then use return, and here is my code:

def product(pro1, prod2): return(pro1 * pro2) product(2, 3)

kindly advise

def product(pro1, prod2):
  return(pro1 * pro2)
product(2, 3)

2 Answers

Chris Freeman
Chris Freeman
Treehouse Moderator 67,994 Points

You are very close. You have a typo in your parameter name "prod2"

def product(pro1, pro2):
  return(pro1 * pro2)

now that is embarrassing!! hhhh :) thanks dear.