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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Product

George Kim
George Kim
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ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: '='

This should be a simple function, why I get the error? Please help. Thank you

def product(price, qty):
    cost  = int(price)*int(qty)
    return int(cost)

1 Answer

It doesn't say you should convert them to int, let the input be whatever they want it to be and the solution is as easy as:

def product(price, qty):
    return price * qty