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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Try and Except

What is wrong with this code

challange 3

def add(a,b):

except ValueError:
    return None
    return float(a)+float(b)

1 Answer

Hi there,

You're really close, but the 'try' blocks should be inside the function, and indented accordingly. If you do that, it should pass. Would start something like this - the value error and else should be lined up with the 'try':

def add(a,b):
        a = float(a)
        b = float(b)