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aishwary bhutaniCourses Plus Student 100 Points
def multiply(*args): pro = pro*args return pro
Samuel Ferree31,721 Points
The way the method is defined, args is passed in as a list. We know we can iterate through a list with 'in', I've stubbed out some code for you, see if you can finish the function to correctly compute the product of all the args passed in
You'll want to keep multiplying product by each arg in the list, and storing the result back into product
def multiply(*args): product = 1 for arg in args: #your code here return product