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Let's play with the *args pattern.
Create a function named multiply that takes any number of arguments. Return the product (multiplied value) of all of the supplied arguments. The type of argument shouldn't matter.
Slices might come in handy for this one.
def multiply(total, *args): product = total for p in args: prodct = p*product return product
Steven Parker228,001 Points
You're really close, but I see two issues:
- a spelling error wher you wrote "prodct" instead of "product"
- the return should occur after the loop, not inside it (it's indented too far)