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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Product

What does 2 arguments in a function look like?

I think I am overthinking this challenge. it asked me to give a function with 2 arguments, multiply them, and then return the result. Right now, I want to know what 2 arguments in a function even looks like. I feel like this is not what it looks like.

def product(stuff, things)

1 Answer

Jhonatan Laguna
Jhonatan Laguna
7,983 Points
def product(stuff, things):

It's correct :)

thanks, i figured that i had it right the first time xD