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Python Python Basics (Retired) Pick a Number! Any Number! Imports

Selvaraj Rajabhathor
Selvaraj Rajabhathor
Courses Plus Student 460 Points

return randint quiz is wrong

the answer doesnt seem to work

import random
def random_num(i)
  return randint(1,i)

2 Answers

150,854 Points

Hi Selvaraj,

1) We need to include a colon at the end of the function header to let the compiler know that that's the end of the header. 2) You do want to call the randit function, but you'll want to put the class name and a period at the beginning of your call, so that the compiler knows what class the randint method belongs to (so that it can find it.)

import random

def random_num(i):
  return random.randint(1,i)

Hope this helps.