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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Print "hi"

Unsure of what this is asking. How many times am I supposed to multiply?

I dont understand what I am supposed to multiply this by. A bit confused am I supposed to use def average? A bit lost

printer.py
def printer(count)
    print("Hi")*2

1 Answer

Joshua Watson
Joshua Watson
17,373 Points

Hello Dustin,

You are going to multiply hello by the count that passes through your printer function.

example:

def printer(count):
   print("Hi" * count)
Nathan Tallack
Nathan Tallack
22,159 Points

Dustin, take care to notice that Joshua has ended his def line with a : to let python know that an indented code block follows. :)